Cracking the Case on Coconut Water

Is coconut water really all it's cracked up to be? The answer might surprise you... Read More »

Common Sports Injuries: Impingement

In this week's Common Sports Injuries, Dr. Neal ElAttrache of the Kerlan-Jobe Orthopaedic Clinic discusses Impingment Syndome, a common sports injury for overhead athletes. Read More »

Athletes speak from the heart to provide motivation and inspiration

Getting - and staying - motivated can be a challenge. Elite and everyday athletes share their methods for keeping the drive alive. Read More »

Revolutionizing Sports in America: Jim Lorimer’s Story

How is it possible that one man could organize a competitive women’s track team during the Cold War, work as an FBI agent and build the Arnold Sports Festival - the largest multi-sport festival in the U.S. - before then expanding it globally? ATLX asked the man who has done it all, Jim Lorimer, to find out. Read More »

ATLX PSA: Gym Etiquette

A friendly refresher course on gym, track, pool and training etiquette. Read More »

Marathon Participation Reaching Record Highs

According to, marathon and half-marathon participation is at an all-time high. So what’s all the hype about? Read More »

Dodgeball Unites Everyday Athletes

Dodgeball isn't just for PE or Hollywood anymore. The game is sweeping the nation and turning into a pretty competitive sport. Read More »

Rock Out, While Working Out

Pound-Rockout, created by the Pound Girls as a way to motivate themselves and others to work out, continues to grow in popularity. If you rock out while you work out, you may even forget you’re doing the latter. Read More »

The Resurrection of Roller Derby

Roller derby is making a comeback in modern rec leagues all over, forging bonds in athleticism, sisterhood and badassery. Read More »

Why Do You Race?

I Race For Cause (IR4C) is helping everyday athletes to answer that question. Read More »

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