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What's the Difference Between Dry Needling and Acupuncture?

The Latest Technique in Sports Performance Physical Therapy When it comes to new age physical therapy techniques changing the game in the rehabilitation...

Can Stretching Make You Stronger?

You often hear how stretching—whether static, isometric or dynamic—should be a focal point of  every workout. Phrases like "each session take...

3 Key Hamstring Stretches for Athletes

The typical sports career is fleeting, weighted heavily on an athlete's youth. Injuries mean spending valuable time in the training room rehabbing i...

Facility Facts: Crash Conditioning

Last week we spent two days at Crash Conditioning for a video shoot with NHL stars Mike Green and Jordan Eberle. Find out more about what makes Cr...

5 Keys to Researching College Athletic Programs

Roster Visit athletic department websites to assess team rosters. A team loaded with seniors could mean early playing time, since holes in the depth ...

Improve Shoulder Flexibility With the Rotater

Shoulder flexibility is critical in almost all sports, especially those involving throwing and serving. After heavy use, the shoulder's range of mot...

David Wright's Bounce Back From Injury: Part II

In Part I of our two-part series on how to recover from an injury, Jeff Cavaliere, founder of the AthLEAN-X training system and trainer for New Y...

Establishing a Game Day Routine

Most professional athletes have their own ways of getting things done before taking the field or court. Here, three vets share elements of their routi...

Avoiding Ankle Sprains with D-Wade's Coach

Pre-wrap, athletic tape and nylon braces aren't the only tools to keep you out of the training room with an annoying ankle sprain. Using the Tim Grove...

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