August 13, 2022


 
  IOC Launches Long-Term Study of Olympians to Help Physical & Mental Health

As part of its ongoing efforts to promote athletes’ safety and well-being, the International Olympic Committee (IOC), along with the University of Edinburgh, has launched the IOC Olympians Health Cohort, a new long-term research project...


 
 
  Getting Young Student-Athletes Ready for the Athletic School Year

As a new school year begins, many students return to their favorite sports or try something new. A recent story from HealthDay News spoke with a sports medicine professional from Baylor University to discuss how...


 
 
 
 

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  Mexican Sports Medicine Specialists Adopt Multidisciplinary Approach

With the objective of supporting the athletes of the State of Mexico, the Department of Sciences Applied to Sports develops a physical and medical follow-up of athletes in their different stages. Jorge Luis Reynoso Barbosa,...


 
 
  Food Insecurity in Collegiate Student-Athletes

With the Name, Image, and Likeness (NIL) policy being passed by the NCAA last year, most of the conversation has been going toward athletes receiving fancy cars or new shoes. While this may be true...


 
 
 
 

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  To eat organic or not — that is the question

There are many factors that go into an athlete’s choice to eat organic food. Most times, the choice doesn’t come down to just one factor… more »


 
 
  The Truth About Simple & Complex Carbs

Are carbohydrates good or bad? That is the question Barbara Quinn, a registered dietitian nutritionist based in California, attempted to help people answer in a recent article on medicalxpress.com. Below is an excerpt from Quinn's...


 
 
 
  The Power of Proper Breathing

You might not think of it initially, but breathing plays a vital role in how you think, feel, rest, and recover. Heck, it can even have an impact on your posture and movement. A recent...


 
 
  The Most Important Class A High School Student Can Take

“Welcome to the most important class you will ever take in high school.”  Every year, this is my standard introduction for new students in my High School Weight Training Class. My statement is generally met...


 
 

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