In sports where an athlete’s win or loss can depend on mere seconds, more speed and strength as the result of plyometrics can be helpful.
High blood pressure is a serious risk factor for cardiovascular disease, and it affects nearly 50% of U.S. adults at some point.
Cooldowns after exercise are as important as warming up before exercising in an athlete’s continual battle to stay healthy.
As far as air pollution and exercise are concerned, poor air quality can adversely affect athletes during both short- and long-term exercise.
As far as aging and exercise are concerned, regular exercise can’t stop aging but can improve your quality of life.
Diabetes is a tough disease to manage. Learn about the kinds of changes that can help individuals with diabetes function well.
Without exception, strength conditioning is essential for achieving your peak potential in alpine skiing and avoiding injury.
Ankle sprains, the most common lower extremity trauma injury in athletes, can result in soft tissues being crushed, stretched or torn.