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The Training of Elite Athletes

AN ELITE ATHLETE'S PERFORMANCE GOES WELL BEYOND THE BOUNDS OF THE GAME...

ATLX takes you behind the scenes to explore the performance of the elite athlete. The incredible athleticism of the world's best athletes is taken to the next level with help from the trainers, sports docs, coaches and experts who guide them. We've tapped some of the best of these resources in order to bring you our debut theme, The Training of Elite Athletes.
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Community Workout Groups Across US

Beginning in Boston, community workout groups known as “November Project” are spreading to major cities all across the country. 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 »

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: Obstacle Racing

ATLX asks the question: Why would a person run through mud, fire and barbed wire? Obstacle races like Warrior Dash, Spartan Race, Gladiator Rock'n Run & Tough Mudder have exploded across the country. The reasons for doing them vary from person to person. From weight loss, to conquering personal challenges and raising money for charities such as St Jude. What would it take to get you in the mud? Read More »

Biggest Sporting Event You’ve Never Heard Of

This weekend marks the conclusion of the 61st annual Over-the-Line tournament on the beaches of San Diego, where over 50,000 spectators are ready to crown another champion. 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 »

Women Mountain Biking Changes Lives

Wendy Engelberg, founder and organizer of Girlz Gone Riding, is using the traditionally male-dominated sport of mountain biking to change the lives of countless women – and in doing so, is honoring the life of one very special woman. 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 »

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 »

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