Helping Wrestlers Improve Strength and Nutrition

Wrestling is a physically demanding sport that requires a lot of strength and endurance to succeed. Here are some training and nutrition tips to help athletes make the most of their season.

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Determining Wrestling Weight

Getting to an appropriate weight class is key for high school wrestlers. Dual energy X-ray absorptiometry (DXA) can help.

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Nutrition Tips for Vibrant Skin

People spend hundreds of dollars on creams and specialty soaps in hopes of improving their skin. However, most of them overlook the impact their diet has on their skin.

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Five Ways Exercise Helps Parkinson’s Patients

The condition can impact a person’s quality of life but research shows that regular exercise can help manage symptoms as well as delay the disease process.

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Mobility and Flexibility: What’s the Difference?

Flexibility and mobility fall under the same umbrella. However, there are key differences that are important for both competitive and recreational athletes.

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Four Tips for Run-Life Balance

Everyone has priorities and where running fits in might need to change from week to week or even day to day. Here are four tips to keep running in balance with the rest of your life.

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Tips to Prevent Exertional Heat illness

Even though fall is here, it’s still possible to experience heat illness while playing sports.

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Five Ways Yoga Benefits Athletes

Most people consider yoga a relaxing, low-key exercise option – a good way to unwind after a stressful day. But did you know it can also help athletes improve performance?

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Half Marathon Training Tips

There are a few basic training tips that runners should know before they start training for a half marathon. They'll help you reach your goals and have the best race on race day.

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Improve Your Golf Game During the Off Season

Now that golf season is beginning to wind down, it’s time to start thinking recovery. The offseason is the perfect time to address any lingering pain or soreness that you may have ignored during the summer as well as take steps to improve your game.

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