Monthly Archives: November 2018

Chiropractic: The Athlete’s Secret Ingredient

Most of us think going to the chiropractor is just for people with a bad back, but Dr. Grace Hameister is debunking the stereotypes, uncovering both the preventative and recuperative benefits of a misunderstood medicine. Read More »

Get Your Kids Outside to Prevent Childhood Obesity

The "couch potato" era has led to a higher obesity rate in children as physical activity has diminished. Read More »

High vs. Low-Intensity Training: The Debate Continues

Athletes and weekend warriors have benefited greatly from both HIIT and LISS, but which one is better for you? Read More »

Training the Military Elite

Photo Credit: Robb Rogers

He's trained Olympians and elite college athletes, but these days he's coaching a different kind of competitor. Coach Robb Rogers draws upon his 30+ years experience to share his knowledge of training elite athletes, including the inspirational stories of the elite athletes that make up the military's Special Forces.
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ATLX Outsiders: Pole Sport

We go to the Believe Fitness Studio to get a closer look at the athletic brilliance required for the art of pole sport. Read More »

Ultramarathons Not as Crazy as You’d Think

Yes, ultramarathons – races of greater length than a standard 26.2-mile marathon – can get a bit crazy. Some go upwards of 100 miles and 24 hours. But you’d be surprised just how doable something that hard can actually be. Read More »

ATLX Outsiders: Obstacle Racing

ATLX asks the question: Why would a person run through mud, fire and barbed wire? Obstacle races like Warrior Dash, Spartan Race, Gladiator Rock'n Run & Tough Mudder have exploded across the country. The reasons for doing them vary from person to person. From weight loss, to conquering personal challenges and raising money for charities such as St Jude. What would it take to get you in the mud? Read More »

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