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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 »

Can’t Get Your Head in the Game? Try Melon

No, not the fruit. Melon is a headband device designed to measure the momentum of your mind. The advanced technology tracks your focus and fills you in on the feedback. 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 »

Renowned Chef is World-Class Ultra-Runner

Renowned chef Fabrice Hardel makes running, and winning, 50-mile ultra-marathons look as easy as he does whipping one of his famous seafood dishes. Read More »

What kind of junk is in your trunk?

  By: Jason Lewis “Oh, my, god. Becky, look in her trunk.” Not everybody created their buns of steel, 6-pack abs, or defined bodies by battling through rush hour traffic to get to a gym or by waiting for their turn on the bench press. Roll by any park and you will see people unloading all kinds of workout equipment ... Read More »

A Boston Marathoner’s Life of Running

65-year-old Win Englebert is on the verge of completing his 80th marathon at this year’s 116th Boston Marathon, and he doesn’t have much interest in slowing down. Read More »

Gender Norms in the Gym

The treadmill is the first thing men skip in a workout, while women don’t lift. These are stereotypes, generalizations. The truth is that these norms are broken every day, especially as women have started to embrace strength training. Read More »

Age Merely a Number for Some Athletes

Wes Worley, Judy Barton and Fred Dieffenbach continue to compete athletically at an age long after most people have hung it up. Though they love the camaraderie, don’t underestimate their competitive drive. Read More »

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