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Top 5 Fitness Trends of the Last 5 Years

People are always looking for the next big miracle diet or workout that will change their lives. Check out our top five fitness trends of the last five years. Read More »

One-on-One With a Mud Run Champ

Cynthia Johnson doesn't just race in the mud for fun, she also does it to win. Read More »

Everyday Athlete Spotlight: Training Tips and Fun Runs

Everyday athlete Jon'Tae Essex caught the adventure race bug after competing in The Warrior Dash. Now he is training for Pelotonia, a 100 charity ride and more adventure runs as part of his routine to live a fit and active lifestyle. Read More »

USA Powerlifting is Raising the Bar

ATLX partner USA Powerlifting has paved the way for lifters across the country for over 30 years, and the incredible organization is continuing to do remarkable things. Read More »

Common Sports Injuries: Anterior Knee Pain

In this week's Common Sports Injuries, Dr. Gamardella explains the ins and outs of anterior knee pain. Read More »

Spartan Death Race: Enter at Your Own Risk

It's sent Navy SEALs home with their tails between their legs. It's mentally and physically destroyed the best of the best. Read on to get inside the minds of two crazy founders of this insane race. Read More »

Personal Trainer Now Just a Click Away

Personal training sessions can be expensive and inconvenient … unless you’re doing it the Internet. How online training is changing the way we work out. Read More »

A Deferred Dream: These Grannies Have Game

Former Vanderbilt and Team USA basketball player Angela Alford has combined a budding talent as a filmmaker with her love for the game. Her film, Granny’s Got Game, follows the Fabulous 70s, a senior women’s basketball team, for a full year culminating in their trip to Houston, Texas, for the 2011 National Senior Games Championship. The team, comprised of seven ... Read More »

Common Sports Injuries: Epicondylitis

In this week's Common Sports Injuries, Dr. Yoon discusses Epicondylitis, or more commonly known as tennis elbow Read More »

Sports Psych: In the Zone

Elite athletes find the proper mental flow state to perform at an optimal level. But that is not limited to athletics on the highest level, as recreational athletes can also benefit from being in the zone. Read More »

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