Monthly Archives: April 2015

Pole Dancing: The Fitness World’s Latest Craze

Pole dancing has made its way out of the gentlemen's club, as many women are getting in great shape, or even establishing a career competing in the fitness world’s latest craze with an eye on taking the sport to the Olympics. Read More »

Q & A With Running Legend Bill Rodgers

Later this year, four-time Boston Marathon winner Bill Rodgers will be inducted into the New York Road Runners Hall of Fame. ATLX spoke with Bill Rodgers about his passion for running and how he has seen the sport change over the years. Read More »

Common Sports Injuries: Ankle Sprains

In this week's Common Sports Injuries, ATLX consulted Dr. Kenneth Jung of the Kerlan-Jobe Orthopaedic Clinic to learn more about causes, treatment and prevention of ankle sprains. Read More »

Human Flight Specialist, GoPro Team Up

Marshall Miller calls himself a “human flight specialist,” and he’s teaming up with GoPro Cameras to capture some of the wildest rides on earth. Read More »

Rare Athlete, Rare Patient: A Triathlete’s Story

Jess Cerra discovered she had the VO2 max of a professional cyclist when she’d hardly ever ridden a bike, but it’s the adversity she’s battled through that has made her the athlete she is today. Read More »

10 Ways Running Improves Life

Looking for a solid workout that’s easy to do and benefits your mind body and spirit? It’s here. Available everyday and you can do it right now! Are you ready? Here’s what you’ll need: Do you have legs? You’re set! It’s called running, and here are ten reasons why it is a great workout any time of day. Read More »

Marcia Lynn: The Adventurous Globetrotter

September 17, 2013 - Lynn likes to get out for her fitness activities. That would be way out, like to the far corners of the world. Kayaking in the Arctics, backpacking in Rwanda, and tango dancing in Rio de Janeiro is the norm for her. Read More »

Hit New Heights With Cirque Training

The performers from Cirque du Soleil have captivated audiences around the world. Their training is strenuous, which allows them to produce great strength and amazing physiques, and many everyday people have taken up the challenge to learn this art form. Read More »

Common Sports Injuries: Plantar Fasciitis

In this week's common sports injuries, Dr. Kenneth Jung walks us through plantar fasciitis. Read More »

Conquering Cancer While Training for Kona

As if training and competing for an Ironman isn't impressive enough, Clarissa Alba was doing it in the midst of chemo and radiation treatment for breast cancer. Check out this amazing woman's story! Read More »

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