Sports are one of the best parts of fall. There are few things better than bundling up with hot chocolate (and Schnapps, of course) and cheering on your team with friends and family. However, fall sports season is long and tailgates can start to feel repetitive. It is fun to mix up your tailgate traditions. Learn 5 different ways to change up and add to your tailgate as the fall sports seasons ends!
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If you have managed enough time to go to the gym a few times a week, congratulations! You’re one step in the right direction. However, running for an hour on a treadmill or performing countless reps on leg day is only a job half done. To make sure your body is prepared for a workout and recovers from it, your workout requires one essential ingredient… well, ingredients… and that is food. What you eat before and after your workout can improve your results.
Think of your average day as a very light workout. You prepare for the day with a hearty breakfast, fit in a lunch when that energy starts to run down, and finish the day with a well-deserved dinner. The same goes for all of your workouts.
Whether playing outside with children, neighbors or friends, summer is the perfect opportunity to get outside and stretch those legs.
WEDNESDAY, April 2, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- College football players show signs of having stiffer blood vessels than their leaner peers who don't play football, according to new research.
Feeling down? Need a boost of inspiration? Read on to see five inspiring stories of athletes with chronic conditions. From the diving board to the boxing ring to the batter's box, professional competitors of yesterday and today continue to persevere despite being their diagnoses.