The benefits of high school and youth sports have always been expressed by coaches, parents, and administrators. Now, however, there are quantifiable data that suggests there are considerable non-physical benefits of playing sports in addition... more »
Looking for a strength-training workout that doesn't require any weights or bands? Ela Dugan, a certified personal trainer and nutrition coach in Massachusetts has you covered. In a recent article in Runner's World, Dugan shared... more »
The runaway winner of the Rocket Mortgage Classic in July, Bryson DeChambeau, has wowed golf fans with his body transformation and the additional yardage he's picking up off the tee. En route to his tournament... more »
The truth is simply urging athletes to sleep more doesn’t do much good. You have to get them to buy into what you’re saying, and that might take more than presentations and handouts on the benefits of sleep. It requires building a sleep-friendly culture.
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Colorado high school coaches will now be required to take a course that improves their abilities to help student-athletes who may be struggling with mental health difficulties.
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More students at high schools and colleges are using anti-anxiety medications or dealing with a form of depression than ever before. And the world of high school athletics is certainly not immune to the issue... more »
New technology is taking shape with contact lenses for athletes who need them to overcome vision issues. And the one leading the way is the highest-paid player in baseball: Bruce Harper.During Spring Training, Harper began... more »
Athletes—and Strength/Conditioning Coaches and Sport Coaches—are taught one guiding principle that extends well beyond athletics: The harder you work, the more success you’ll achieve. It’s a principle that is generally very accurate… more »