Posts by Eric Fellows

08Jan

With sports camps and more structured activities, kids today are increasingly likely to play their chosen sport year-round. But more time on the field brings a greater risk of experiencing sports-related injuries, including ACL and meniscus injuries in the knee, or injuries to the labrum or UCL in the shoulder and elbow. Here are 10 […]

05Dec

When it comes to exercise, most of us have the best of intentions, but it’s all too easy for busy schedules, Netflix or the snooze button to get in the way. Before you know it, weeks or months go by without breaking a sweat. But here’s the good news—if you’re ready to get back into […]

18Nov

You’ve probably heard the long-standing wisdom that you should drink 64 ounces—that’s eight, eight-ounce glasses—every day, no matter what. But the truth might be a little more complicated. Since hydration needs can vary tremendously based on your body type or your physical activity level, just to name a few, many nutritionists believe it is better […]

10Oct

When it comes to exercise, it can be hard enough to get to the gym once a day, let alone twice, but sometimes multiple workouts (also known as doubles) make sense. Wondering if working out twice a day might be for you? Consider the following. If you’re an experienced endurance athlete, it might be beneficial […]

12Sep

For young athletes, focusing on only one sport at an early age ups their odds for injury, a new study warns. Sixty million kids play organized sports. By age 14, a growing number of them specialize in one sport with the goal of a college scholarship or professional career. Researchers analyzed surveys completed by 202 […]

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