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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 […]

16Aug

Being an athlete is practically a part time job. Think of the time you spend riding, running, lifting, doing drills, stretching, driving to and from the gym, taking extra showers and all the extra things that come along with training. Accomplishing this makes a person super busy and constantly on the go. It also requires […]

05Jun

Playing sports offers plenty of fitness and other developmental benefits for kids, but injuries are common. Every year, more than 2.6 million U.S. children aged 19 and under are treated in the ER for sports- and recreation-related injuries. If your child plays team sports, start by vetting the qualifications of the coaches. A questionnaire-based study […]

06May

High-intensity interval training may boost your fitness at a cost — perhaps increasing your risk for injuries. This popular type of training combines aerobics, weight lifting and calisthenics at maximum effort, followed by recovery periods. “These workouts are marketed as ‘one size fits all.’ However, many athletes, especially amateurs, do not have the flexibility, mobility, […]

Kansas City, MO (April 16, 2019) – Heartland Soccer Association, a nonprofit organization, announced today a three-year partnership agreement with Tohi Ventures as the Official Healthy Lifestyle Beverage of Heartland Soccer Association, as well as the new title sponsor of the Midwest All Girls Tournament. Heartland Soccer Association is recognized as the largest soccer league […]

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