Author Archives: atlx

Valslide: For a Red Carpet-Ready Body

Developed by a pretty, blonde celebrity trainer, it comes in pink (and black and ninja green) and has a cute catchy name. There is no way it could give you a good workout, right? Wrong. Read More »

Guinness Record Gabi Ury’s Latest Challenge

Born with VATER syndrome that has left her with many physical abnormalities, 16-year-old Gaby Ury recently held the plank position long enough to break the Guinness World Record. It is simply the latest challenge she has faced, and beaten. Read More »

Running New York Marathon for Good Cause

Drew Swiss wanted to finish the New York Marathon for himself, and he did, and in doing so he has raised more than $300,000 for a worthy cause. Read More »

Improved Performance With More Sleep

September 24, 2013 - While you’ve probably heard that eight is the magic number, getting 10 hours of sleep per night can improve athletic performance and body composition by increasing natural HGH levels.
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Measuring Up: The Scale, BMI, & Body Fat

There are a number of tests that people use for their body composition. Some tests are superior to others, but none of them is the end all be all. Read More »

Little City Winning Sports’ Biggest Game

Major sporting events can bring hundred of millions of dollars into a local economy, and through the leadership of the Greater Columbus Sports Commission, Columbus, Ohio is winning the bid to host some of the country's most prized games. Read More »

Impact of Bestselling Book Born to Run

Chris McDougall’s bestselling book, Born to Run, has not only changed the way we view running form a historical and cultural perspective; it has sparked a transformative shift in the running landscape and marketplace. Here are our top five reasons to give this book a read. Read More »

Concussion Awareness Impacting Youth Levels

By now, we’re all learning about the risk athletes are at for concussions and the long-term effects they can have. This awareness is trickling down to the youth levels, where education and protocol are changing for the better. Read More »

Common Sports Injuries: ACL Injuries

In this week's Common Sports Injuries, Dr. Neal ElAttrache of the Kerlan-Jobe Orthopaedic Clinic helps us learn more ACL injuries; A common injury plagueing both elite and everyday athletes. Read More »

Common Sports Injuries: Concussion

In this week's Common Sports Injuries with the Kerlan-Jobe Orthopaedic Clinic we learn the ins and outs of concussion. Read More »

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