Monthly Archives: October 2014

How to Treat and Prevent Cramps

Cramps are painful, and they can bring an end to your game or workout. Use some of these tips to keep your body in motion. Read More »

Common Sports Injuries: Anterior Knee Pain

In this week's Common Sports Injuries, Dr. Gamardella explains the ins and outs of anterior knee pain. Read More »

Spartan Death Race: Enter at Your Own Risk

It's sent Navy SEALs home with their tails between their legs. It's mentally and physically destroyed the best of the best. Read on to get inside the minds of two crazy founders of this insane race. Read More »

Training With the Help of an Olympian

Sports psychologist Andrea Wieland realized while training for the Olympics how much of an impact an all-encompassing program can increase performance. Now, she's using what she has learned through her Olympic training, combined with her Ph.D. in psychology, to help you increase your performance. Read More »

ATLX Outsiders: Parkour

In this week's OUTsiders, ATLX heads to the parkour gym to see what this trendy workout is all about! Read More »

Personal Trainer Now Just a Click Away

Personal training sessions can be expensive and inconvenient … unless you’re doing it the Internet. How online training is changing the way we work out. Read More »

A Deferred Dream: These Grannies Have Game

Former Vanderbilt and Team USA basketball player Angela Alford has combined a budding talent as a filmmaker with her love for the game. Her film, Granny’s Got Game, follows the Fabulous 70s, a senior women’s basketball team, for a full year culminating in their trip to Houston, Texas, for the 2011 National Senior Games Championship. The team, comprised of seven ... Read More »

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