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Treating Ankle Sprains: Why RICE Never Works

Ankle sprains are one of the most common injuries athletes deal with. Knowing how to treat them, therefore, is crucial. Dr. Phil Wagner of SPARTA explains the injury and how to address the healing process. Read More »

Common Sports Injuries: Hamstring Pull

In this week’s Common Sports Injuries, Dr. Luga Podesta teaches us everything we need to know about hamstring pull. Read More »

Beach Soccer World’s Fastest Growing Sport

Though an obvious byproduct of traditional soccer, beach soccer, with more scoring and exciting atmospheres, has carved out its own identity in becoming the world’s fastest growing sport. Read More »

Game Changers: Dr. Frank Jobe & Tommy John

The year was 1974. The situation was dire. The future was a gamble. But one thing was for sure -- Tommy John's career was at a crossroads. And fortunately, it was also in the hands of Dr. Frank Jobe. Read More »

The SandBell: A Safer Workout

Hyperwear’s introduction of the SandBell has attracted school districts and kids with its invitingly colorful designs. More importantly, it’s safe, effective and versatile for all ages. Read More »

ATLX Outsiders: The Santa Monica Stairs

In this week’s Outsiders, ATLX heads to Santa Monica, Calif. to check out a staple in Angeleno’s workout: The Santa Monica Stairs. 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 »

Stuntmen: Elite Athlete on the Big Screen

ATLX went behind the scenes to take a look at the training of stuntmen and doubles. Take a look at their training that's as intense as that of any professional athlete. Read More »

What it Takes to be a Solo Sailor

Many people think of solo sailing and they think of boat shoes and umbrella drinks. ATLX spoke with Bruce Schwab, who completed a solo sail around the globe, about the realities of one of the toughest endurance sports. Read More »

Chance Leonard: You Are an Ironman

For the past 30 years, Chance Leonard has lived with the consequences of a spinal injury he suffered at the age of 15. That's 10,950 days. Not one of them has been spent painlessly. But if you think that's stopping him, think again. Read More »

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