The Locker Room

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 »

Seven Vacation Spots for the Athletic Traveler

If you’re the kind of person who checks out the hotel gym facilities before you book your stay, check out some of these athlete-friendly vacation destinations that are sure to get your blood pumping. Read More »

World Cup Referees Train Much Like Players

World Cup referees might not be the athletes the players are, but you might be surprised at the level of training that goes into officiating on the world’s biggest soccer stage. 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 »

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 »

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 »

NBA Teams, Players Upping Nutritional Game

As more and more Americans embrace the benefits of an organic, natural diet, NBA teams like the Los Angeles Lakers are following suit. You’d be amazed just how bad some of these world-class athletes are eating. Read More »

Women’s Running Movement Taking Flight

Weekend getaways to beautiful destinations with champagne, makeup stations and firemen handing out roses, all built around races ranging from 5Ks to full marathons? The women’s running movement has never been hotter. Read More »

Former Big Leaguers Paying Game Forward

Jake Wood and Terry Fox were 1960s teammates with the Detroit Tigers. Nearly 50 years later, they’ve been reunited through the game they love. Read More »

Cheerleaders Still Fighting Sport Stereotype

Sport or no sport? This is a question very commonly associated with cheerleading, and you might be surprised to hear that the ongoing debate is even being addressed in the courts. Read More »

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