By Dev K. Mishra, M.D., President, Sideline Sports Doc, Clinical Assistant Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, Stanford University Key Points: An Emergency Action Plan (EAP) is a key
Heavily cushioned running shoes have become more popular, after several years in which minimalist shoes were common; The cushioned shoes are a response to discomfort
Athletes who test positive for COVID-19 have a high rate of return to sports, however, a small percentage may have damage to heart muscle tissue.
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Recent studies show that late afternoon exercise may be more effective for fat loss and metabolic control than early morning; The best time of day
Intermittent fasting involves eating your food in small time blocks each day, such as 8 to 10 hours; When combined with good food quality, intermittent
When done correctly, dual leg squats, single leg lunges, and plyometrics are excellent exercises; However, if your form is off or you ramp up too