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Wrist Strain Recovery Starts in the Gym

Wrist strains are common in sports that require frequent snapping of the wrists, like baseball, hockey, golf and tennis. A  strain can be caused ...

Symptoms of a Pulled Muscle

Have you ever thought about the complexity of the human body? The bone structure acts as a frame upon which the skin, muscles and organs rest. Muscl...

A Different Approach to Treating Tennis Elbow

Tennis elbow is inflammation of the tendons in the elbow caused by overuse of muscles in the forearm. I recently overcame my first battle with tenn...

Tim Tebow to Tight End? 5 Legit Reasons Why It Could Work

In recent weeks, we've all heard jokes that the reason Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots signed QB miracle-worker Tim Tebow was to harnes...

Treating an Ankle Sprain

Most athletes have twisted an ankle at some point in their careers. Although ankle sprains are quite common, they aren't always minor injuries. ...

9 Tips to Recover from Surgery Faster

If you're currently recovering from athletic surgery, you're probably itching to get past rehab and back to playing your sport. Following your docto...

Tips to Speed Up Healing of an Injured Wrist

Currently sidelined by a painful wrist issue? From on-the-field work to weight room exercises, healthy wrists are crucial for athletes. (See Get He...

Not Just for Drinking: Use Water to Avoid Getting Sick

No one likes feeling under the weather, and unfortunately we find ourselves steering right into the peak of cold and flu season. As an athlete, avoi...

The Mental Side of Injuries

Physical pain accompanies almost all injuries, and athletes deal with it. However, many athletes are unprepared for the mental distress that ensue...

5-Point Checklist and Sample Plan for Off-Season Training Programs

Any experienced coach knows that successful off-season training programs lead to successful seasons. If you're a serious athlete in any sport, the o...