Calcium doesn't just come from cows. Here are three other fantastic and healthy sources.
Learn how to quickly identify and avoid growth plate injuries in adolescent and children's sports.
What periods of development we can capitalize on, and what periods we must approach with caution?
Your feet just take you from point A to point B, right? You don’t need to train them. Oh, but how wrong you are.
More research shows moving heavy weight fast helps prevent bone loss in women.
While medical experts acknowledge that growing pains are real, there is much disagreement as to their actual cause.
You've probably heard being an athlete builds stronger bones. At first glance, a recent study appears to cast doubt on that claim, so let's have a look at the details.
Partials are any exercise where you purposefully do a shortened range of motion instead of the full range. Partials don’t take the place of full-range lifts, but are used as a adjunct to them.
A recent research review took a look at some common conceptions about how various lifestyle factors affect bone health. It turns out most of them seem to be correct.
It's important that you understand your clients' bodies so you can coach them properly. Here's a quick primer on some basics and how they are relevant to movements.
Development of power output is critical for athletes. Do you know what percentage of your 1RM to use to maximize power? What if it all depended on the length of your bones?
Calcium and Vitamin D are two widely available and popular nutritional supplements used for bone health.
The Female Athlete Triad is a devastating health problem facing females in athletics and sports today.
Stress fractures are the most common injuries in athletics today. Athletes with stress fractures usually seek medical treatment for these bothersome injuries after dealing with ongoing pain.
Recent research examined the influence of sport specific training on bone mass and relative strength in short and long distance runners.