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Unlock Greater Athleticism and Durability With 3 Adductor-Strengthening Exercises

Any athlete who competes in a sport that involves dynamic cutting and change of direction is susceptible to groin injuries. Strength coaches have lear...

By: Jay Mendoza

Why Bulgarian Split Squats Are the Best Lower-Body Exercise for Athletes

Squatting is a necessity for athletes. It's a key movement pattern that must be trained to maximize strength, speed and power. But there's more tha...

By: Kevin Warren

Wearing Running Shoes While Weightlifting Can Kill Your Strength Gains

Next time you head into a Globo Gym-style commercial gym, take a look around and check out the footwear your fellow gym goers are sporting. Chances ar...

By: John Papp

The 3 Best Exercises For Soccer Goalies

During an average match, a goalkeeper can get tested in a variety of ways. Sometimes they're asked to elevate and grab a cross out of the air. Other t...

By: Tyler Tredway

How to Master All-Important Functional Movement Patterns

The last thing any athlete wants to be is weak and slow during competition. Even though there are no specific "exercises" that need to be done to have...

By: Tim Danchak

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The Restock Cleveland

NFL Pro Bowl cornerback Joe Haden teamed up with longtime friends Anthony Ho and Damier David to bring a reputable sneaker store to downtown Cleveland.

Jason McVeigh on Recovering From Knee Surgery

University of Tennessee Head Athletic Trainer Jason McVeigh talks about the road to recover after surgery.

Allison Maurer Provides Guidelines for Proper Nutrition

University of Tennessee sports nutritionist Allison Maurer talks about helping athletes eat properly by giving them nutrition guidelines.

Allison Maurer on Eating Habits

University of Tennessee sports nutritionist Allison Maurer lays out a day’s worth of recommended eating.

Allison Maurer on the Importance of Breakfast and Lunch

Learn how eating properly during breakfast and lunch can boost your game all day long with tips from University of Tennessee sports nutritionist Allison Maurer.