Strength training offers many benefits, including increased muscle tone, strength, endurance and bone density.
The safest way for kids to return to sports this summer is for them to do skill-building exercises or conditioning at home. But if you are thinking about having them return to team sports, here’s what to consider.
From casual joggers, to power walkers, to serious marathoners – you can improve your efficiency and avoid injury through a simple test called a gait analysis. Find out what this running test entails.
A good night’s sleep can improve more than just your mood. Find out how losing sleep can hurt your athletic performance.
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Your son wants to quit basketball. Should you let him? Our pediatric psychiatrist explains what you should discuss before making a decision.
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