Why Do Athletes Need to Work on Their Mental Health?

Athletes need more than just physical prowess to become true champions. Willpower and fortitude are just as critical to performance as muscles and agility are,

What are the Most Common Foot Injuries in Sports?

Did you know that the most common foot injury in sports is a sprain? The ankle is the most commonly injured part of the body,

Develop Power with Plyometrics

Are you trying to improve your strength, speed, or endurance? If so, you might want to consider plyometric training.  Plyometrics (also known as plyos or

Nutritional Advice for Sports Injury Prevention and Recovery

Sports, intensive training, and other forms of exercise are good for the body, but can cause injuries with long-lasting aftermaths. While sports injuries vary in

A Beginner’s Guide To A Career In Sports Psychology

If you are fascinated by the human psyche, enjoy helping others improve themselves, and thrive in a fast-paced environment, a career in sports psychology may

How a Collegiate Athlete is Making her Comeback from Cartilage Damage

In this week’s episode of the Sport’s Medicine Weekly Podcast, Dr. Brian Cole is joined by UCLA Beach Volleyball athlete Lindsey Sparks to discuss her

Exercising With Knee Pain: Do’s and Don’ts

Exercise can often be the last thing on the mind of someone suffering from a chronic knee pain condition. And as research indicates, many people

The Benefits of Cross Training

In this week’s episode of the Sports Medicine Weekly podcast, Dr. Brian Cole, head team physician for the Chicago Bulls, and team physician for the

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