Student Athlete: The difference is in your grades

College coaches look for three things in a player and student athlete – are they a good person? – are they a good student? – are they a great athlete? I can say with much [...]

How to Best Recover After an Injury

The Importance of Recovery It can be hard for any athlete to get back into training after an injury, especially if it is a major injury such as an ACL. However, it’s important for every athlete [...]

Dust off your Clubs: Best Golf Exercises and Stretches

In case no one informed you yet, let me be the first to let you know Summer is here. Time to get the clubs out of the garage, start putting in the living room and emulate some of golf’s [...]

5 Tips to Train Like a College Basketball Player

For basketball fanatics, there is a time of year that is important, March Madness. During this time fans are busy in the discussion about buzzer beaters, bubble teams, and brackets. March Madness [...]

What Should a Strength Training Curriculum Include?

A strength training curriculum is a personal exercise plan for building body strength, and speed, and power. A complementary purpose could be improving muscle mass and hence physique. The [...]

Overuse Injury Prevention is Mind over Matter

Overuse Injury Prevention Tips and Explanations We ought to use common sense by observing practical safety precautions when participating in sporting events. This is true whether we engage [...]

Life after 35: Professional Athlete’s Career and Aging

What do you know about a professional athlete’s career? Looking in from the outside, it may seem like it’s all fun and games, but is this really true? From brutal practice schedules and [...]

Young Athlete Challenges: Balancing Pro Training, School and Play

Although playing sports can be very beneficial, it can also lead to many young athlete challenges. Student athletes may feel a lot of pressure to play well while still maintaining good grades and [...]