Watch as a physical therapist and sports certified specialist demonstrates the supine alternating leg lift, an effective exercise that can improve your abdominal strength and posture.
Find the truth about questions that pique your curiosity in our series, “The Short Answer.” Sports medicine specialist Dominic King, DO, answers this one about ice baths.
Many of us may have seen athletes on the court, the field, or even in the pool sporting large strips of brightly colored tape on the skin. What’s going on here?
For athletes, meals before a big game, important match or athletic event are an important part of their performance. So while it may be tempting to have a quick and easy meal before athletic activity, there are some things to keep in mind.
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Skiing is a great cold-weather exercise. But should you try downhill or cross-country? Learn the advantages of each so you can choose which is right for you.
An orthopedic surgeon specializing in sports and exercise explains how yoga can improve performance for leisure-time athletes. She also shares her best tips for getting started with yoga.
Taking time to rest and recover is a key part of your workout and practice routine if you’re a leisure-time athlete. Without quality rest, your body won’t reap the benefits of exercise.
Why do we identify with our favorite teams so much that we ride an emotional roller coaster with them?
A good night’s sleep can improve more your mood. Find out how losing sleep can hurt your athletic performance and extra sleep can give an extra boost to your results.
Cycling earns high marks as a low-impact sport. However, there is a potential for injuries, particularly if you’re using improper technique, an ill-fitted bike, or you push yourself to do too much, too soon.