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ATLX Teams Up With KJOC

LOS ANGELES, Calif., SEPTEMBER 9, 2013 – ATLX (“Athletics, Training, Lifestyle”), the only 24/7 sports entertainment network fully dedicated to everyday athletes and athletic lifestyle, announced today a strategic partnership with the world-renowned Kerlan-Jobe Orthopaedic Clinic (KJOC). The partnership provides ATLX with deep background, expertise and experience in sports medicine and sports injuries as well as access to expert insight from KJOC’s highly respected team of physicians. Read More »

ATLX Launches INsiders

LOS ANGELES, Calif., AUGUST 26, 2013 – ATLX (“Athletics, Training, Lifestyle”), the only 24/7 sports entertainment television network fully dedicated to everyday athletes and athletic lifestyle, announced the launch of a new original web series, the INsiders. The series takes viewers behind the scenes and into the domains of world-class coaches, sports doctors, sports psychologists, sports nutritionists and other leading experts. The INsiders is the first in a string of original web productions in advance of the 2014 ATLX TV network launch. Read More »

NCYS Announces Its ‘Big Screen’ Partner for the Youth Sports Industry

STUART, FLA. -- (JULY 30, 2013) - The National Council of Youth Sports is proud to announce that it has teamed up with The ATLX Channel (“Athletics, Training, Lifestyle"). ATLX is the only 24/7 sports entertainment television network fully dedicated to everyday athletes and athletic lifestyle. Read More »

ATLX closes strategic investment with Nexos Capital Partners for U.S. rollout and International expansion

LOS ANGELES, CALIF. (JULY 15, 2013) -
ATLX (“Athletics, Training, Lifestyle”), the only 24/7 sports entertainment television network fully dedicated to everyday athletes and athletic lifestyle, announced today that it had secured strategic investment funding from Nexos Capital Partners (Nexos), a Latino-focused private equity firm, as the network expands its digital media offering and prepares for its television launch in spring 2014. Read More »

Overhead Athletes Should Limit the Laps

By: Dr. Phil Wagner, MD Repetitive movements in sports can lead to serious muscle imbalances in strength and/or flexibility. It is very common for athletes to experience shoulder pain or injury after years of repetitive overhead throwing, serving or swimming. While muscle imbalances can be avoided or improved with proper knowledge and training, they can also be enhanced with the ... Read More »

Women’s Running Movement Taking Flight

Weekend getaways to beautiful destinations with champagne, makeup stations and firemen handing out roses, all built around races ranging from 5Ks to full marathons? The women’s running movement has never been hotter. Read More »

Longtime Friends Make Running History

Two Southern California friends have managed to run at least one mile every day since the late 1960s. Recently, one of their streaks ended, but little else has changed. Their bond remains strong, as does their passion for fitness. Read More »

Bringing History to Life: Medieval Combat Reenactment

Athletes come from all walks of life. Find out what it takes to be a medieval reenactor. Read More »

Mind Over Matter: The Ultra Mentality

On Aug. 17, 2013, Zack Schor competed in his first 50-mile race through the Swiss Alps. Find out how he went from his first marathon to becoming an ultrarunner, and how he sustains and trains for a 50-mile run. Read More »

Q&A: Boston Marathon Legend Wayne Levy

Wayne Levy has run over 100,000 miles in his life. As he prepares for his eighth Boston Marathon, we sat down to talk about all things running with this Jamaican-born legend. Read More »

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