Health

Knee pain can be a common complaint among all athletes. Younger athletes with knee pain may actually be suffering from Osgood-Schlatter Syndrome.
By making some intelligent changes to the way we think about our training, we can keep training until a ripe, old age.
The "Oprah of Health" doesn't seem to be stoppable - she just gets to distribute her kooky health ideas to millions more people in lots of new ways.
Here are some of the most common overuse foot conditions that you might come across. And some appropriate ways to manage the dysfunction.
Here is a video of the exercises I recommend to strengthen your rotator cuff and prevent injury.
It is a risky mistake to direct every person toward competitive athletics, when what they want is general health.
New research has uncovered more effective strategies to combat the escalating obesity epidemic.
Even a small sleep debt requires a surprisingly large payback.
Rhabdomyolysis doesn't have to happen, and understanding the condition is the first step to preventing it.
Your circadian clock determines the best time of day for you to workout.
Improving your quality of life doesn't happen just in the gym and the kitchen.
Lean and fat mass change together, making the whole process more complicated.
There is a massive gap between knowing what is healthy for us, and behaving accordingly.
All too often acute pains become chronic, and we start to identify with our pain.
If your brain does not work optimally, you do not work optimally.
It is time that you, the athlete, get a dose of reality so you can prevent a major injury.
If you want to get fit, don't just jump in. First deal with your inner self and any nagging health issues.