Author Archives: Sarah McWilliams

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 »

Milton-Jones’ Career-Extending Lifestyle

Delisha Milton-Jones, the current second oldest player in the WNBA shared with ATLX how she has fought father-time sustaining her career in the league. Read More »

Seven Gadgets Taking Training Next Level

Athletes are always looking for ways to improve. In our new-age tech world, here are seven gadgets to help you take your training and performance to the next level. Read More »

What Kind of Junk is in Your Trunk?

Many people are ditching the gym membership and purchasing their own fitness equipment, which they can easily transport to a local park for intense workouts. 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 »

ATLX Outsiders: The Santa Monica Stairs

In this week’s Outsiders, ATLX heads to Santa Monica, Calif. to check out a staple in Angeleno’s workout: The Santa Monica Stairs. 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 »

Wellness Programs for the Modern Company

Work and life are becoming increasingly blended, making it all the more necessary for companies to account for the health and happiness of their employees with practical employee wellness programs. Read More »

10 signs that you speak the athlete language

Athletes just have a way about them, a walk, and especially a talk, that you can spot from a mile away. If these 10 things are part of your everyday vocabulary, you’re most definitely an athlete. Read More »

Marathon Mom: Running After Pregnancy

Less than five months after her baby boy was born, Dr. Angela Lanning, an ophthalmologist, ran a sub-three-hour Boston Marathon, proving that a career- and family-oriented woman can still find the time and energy to train. Read More »

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