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Its superfood properties can help fight inflammation and reduce muscle pain—all without pharmaceutical side-effects.
Athletes tend to make a few key mistakes when recovering from hard workouts. Here’s what to avoid.
More bikes on the road mean more accidents—here are some simple techniques & tricks to stay safe.
Just 15 minutes a day has helped relieve stress and make me a better athlete, even under lockdown.
Your trusty cross-trainers might be hard to part with. But there are some easy ways to tell when it’s time for a new pair.
Here are the best three ways I use nutrition to come back from an injury.
Here are some of the best online fitness communities & resources for a simpler at-home workout.
More training time can lead to more soreness and possibly injury. Here are some of the best ways to self-massage at home.
The smartest ways to stay safe and healthy while getting some valuable time outside.
A nutritionist shares tips on how to help prevent illness and promote overall health.
As COVID-19 keeps athletes inside, in-home cycling can provide some terrific workouts.
Here are a few tips to keep in mind as an athlete as COVID-19 takes hold of the United States.
By understanding your hormones, female athletes can time workouts to maximize gains.
I'm hoping that by increasing foot and calf mobility I can conquer longstanding discomfort and injuries.
Think you’re getting enough D from dairy and sunlight? Think again.
Getting hurt always presents setbacks but it doesn’t mean you have to give up.
The thoracic spine is a key part of stabilization and strength but is too often overlooked.
Some common reasons and treatments for when runners’ feet ache.
If your menstrual cycle is interrupted, the reasons might be more complicated than you suspect.
Myths and misconceptions surround physical conditioning and periods. Let's set the record straight.
There's no silver bullet but rest is key to battling illness during training—and so is knowing when you’re too sick to run.
Runners aren’t at higher risk for knee injury but still need to pay attention to their joints.

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