Author Archives: atlx

Cheerleaders Still Fighting Sport Stereotype

Sport or no sport? This is a question very commonly associated with cheerleading, and you might be surprised to hear that the ongoing debate is even being addressed in the courts. Read More »

Is Triathlon Becoming the New Golf?

We know about the health benefits of finishing a triathlon, and the pride that comes with it. But could triathlon be moving into the business and social world as the new golf? Read More »

Joubert’s Healing Physical Therapy

A former figure skater herself, Karen Joubert knows what it takes to treat athletes. She has helped a diverse assortment of people rehab various injuries for the past 24 years and shows no signs of stopping anytime soon. Read More »

San Diego Fox 5 Reporter Takes on CrossFit

We sat down with San Diego Fox 5 reporter Heather Lake, who is dispelling some of the CrossFit myths. Read More »

Barholics: The Advanced Calisthenics Movement

Athletes everywhere are dropping the weights and hopping up on the bar -- and then they're raising it. Read More »

Beach Soccer World’s Fastest Growing Sport

Though an obvious byproduct of traditional soccer, beach soccer, with more scoring and exciting atmospheres, has carved out its own identity in becoming the world’s fastest growing sport. Read More »

The Badwater Ultra Challenges Top Endurance Athletes

Today, the top endurance athletes in the world set out on a 135-mile race through Death Valley, one of the hottest places on earth. Read More »

Human Flight Specialist, GoPro Team Up

Marshall Miller calls himself a “human flight specialist,” and he’s teaming up with GoPro Cameras to capture some of the wildest rides on earth. Read More »

Wide Receiver Leads Calisthenics Comeback

Anthony Cephas has traded in the heavy weightlifting of a football player for bodyweight calisthenics, and thanks to the World Calisthenics Organization, he’s not alone. Read More »

From Child’s Play to Endurance Sport

The premise is simple. Set out on a course and run the required distance on different terrains. So how did cross country, a sport that is so simplistic, gain such traction to become an international sport?
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