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5 Tips to Recover and Reenergize After a Long Season

Recharge your batteries after a long season. The constant routine of practices, games, tests and homework can take a toll on the body of a student-a...

Ask the Experts: How to Prevent a Side Stitch

Q: How can I prevent a side stitch? A: Also referred to as running cramps, side stitches are usually felt in the abdomen and can range from m...

Get Back in the Game After Pulling a Muscle

Pulled a hamstring or quad muscle recently? Don't let it derail your season. Adhere to these general rehab guidelines, enhance your recovery and re...

The Athlete's Recovery Guide

Athletes, you play and work out hard. Now you need to rest, recover and regenerate for your next game or training session. The best professional ath...

How to Prevent Overtraining and Overreaching

Serious athletes have no time to break from training, right? Wrong. Conditioning for your sport is not all about work, activity and movement. You ...

Are You Overtraining or Under-Recovering?

We're taught to be conscious of overtraining and its symptoms, because in the athletic world, fatigue leads to training derailments, illness or inju...

Foam Rolling Exercises for Hockey Players

The general wear and tear of a hockey season often leaves players broken down and sore. To counter the stress of repetitive skating, shot blocking a...

Stay Healthy and Loose With a Tennis Ball

Article written by Zachary Cohen and Sarah Cayton. Athletes who don't perform recovery exercises often feel stiff, and tight "trigger points" limi...

Best Ways To Relieve Sore Muscles

Athletes on every level know the sting of deep muscle soreness. Whether caused by weight room squats or running up and down the bleachers this fall,...

How to Care for Beach Hair

Whether you are surfing, boogie boarding or swimming, salty ocean water can wreak havoc on your hair. The combination of sea salt, sand, wind and su...

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