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How to Avoid Common Sports Injuries

Posted by Carol Trehearn

March 15, 2018 at 8:23 AM

You will undoubtedly want to avoid a sports injury whenever possible. It is common for a player to hurt themselves when regularly participating in a sport; however, an accident can be avoidable if you know the common mistakes players and athletes can make.

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Top Holiday Gifts for Sports Fans

Posted by Carol Trehearn

December 21, 2017 at 10:32 AM

There’s one in each and every household, that family member who can’t miss a game, spends their weekends in their favorite team sweater and even cried when their favorite player was taken off the court – a sports fan! It can be difficult buying a gift that truly means something for the sport’s fan in your life, especially if they already have an impressive merchandise collection. However, this year, why not give them a holiday gift with a difference. So, if you are stuck and stressed for ideas, then keep these ideas in mind when shopping for the much-loved sports fanatic in your life.

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Making College Affordable with the Help of Athletic Scholarships

Posted by Carol Trehearn

December 18, 2017 at 8:48 AM

Not every parent has the money to send their children to a top 10 college. Taking out loans might help you to afford tuition, but there are also going to be living and textbook expenses that your child will need to pay to get through school. If you are the parent of an athletically inclined child, now is the time to visit asmscholarships.com. There are sports scholarships available for just about every sport, from competitive high diving and track and field to fencing and basketball. Know which colleges have which types of sports programs and you and your child can make a plan that will enable you to send your children to an institute of higher learning for less.

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How to Prevent Injury During Sport

Posted by Carol Trehearn

December 18, 2017 at 8:43 AM

It’s something people say over and over again – exercise is one of the only surefire ways of keeping fit and healthy. No miracle pill or quick trick is going to do the same amount of good as a workout that suits your specific needs and body type. However, what some people can forget is that exercise in any form also poses a degree of risk to your physical wellbeing. Anything from occasional yoga to extreme weight-lifting requires preparation and understanding before throwing your body into something it might not be able to cope with straight away. Here are some ways you can prevent injuring yourself while exercising.

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5 Booming Sports Medicine Career Paths

Posted by Carol Trehearn

October 25, 2017 at 8:34 AM

The world of sports is changing. Football is on the decline because of the revelations that repeated concussions create a lifetime of problems, and sports like boxing are being replaced by even more brutal disciplines such as mixed martial arts. As a result, the demand for sports medicine professionals is on the rise. Here are 5 booming sports medicine career paths to consider.

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4 Injuries that All Athletes Dread

Posted by Carol Trehearn

October 23, 2017 at 4:23 PM

No athlete or sportsman in the world can escape injuries and that’s a part of their lives which every athlete must accept. However, there are certain injuries which can be so devastating and long term that they can potentially end careers, or at least shorten them significantly if not treated in time. It doesn’t matter if you are a professional or an amateur, if you have reason to suspect or you know for a fact that you have any of the following four injuries, consult a doctor and the St George Physical Therapy Center as soon as possible.

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Exploring Trends in Biomedical Lab Design

Posted by Carol Trehearn

October 6, 2017 at 1:58 PM

Facilities follow design trends, whether commercial, residential, educational or industrial. Biomedical design has its own trends, too, though they are constrained by the utilitarian requirements of lab workers. Let’s explore some of the latest trends in biomedical lab design and the reasons behind them.

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How Can a Health Administration Degree Get You a Career in Sports

Posted by Carol Trehearn

September 19, 2017 at 4:48 PM

The field of health administration is very vast and offers plenty of positions in a variety of fields. It also offers a chance for those who love sports to combine their passion with a healthcare vocation. In this article, we’re going to showcase some of the positions that combine sports and health administration.

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Adventure Activities for the Winter Sportsman

Posted by Carol Trehearn

July 27, 2017 at 6:05 AM

Some people are sun lovers, that is their nature, and that is how they have always been. For some of us, the idea of sitting on a beach with a book toasting our skin sounds nightmarish, and the prospect of doing sports in extremely hot weather is more a chore than refreshing. If you are a cold blooded, lover of all things winter based, you are not alone. Studies have indicated that fall is the favorite season for a third of Americans, but what about those who like it cold? Here is a list of all the activities to do when the temperature drops.

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How to Maintain your Fitness Levels without a Gym Membership

Posted by Carol Trehearn

July 26, 2017 at 9:40 AM

Staying fit doesn’t require a gym membership or getting hot and sweaty in a room with a load of other strangers, no matter what your gym wants you to think. There are ways to keep your body in tip-top condition without spending hours on a machine that looks better placed to execute somebody than tone their buttocks. Whatever your physical capabilities or preferences, there is an exercise that will work for you. And you might even enjoy yourself as you go.

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A Guide to Improving Your Cycling

Posted by Carol Trehearn

July 18, 2017 at 10:57 AM

With the Tour de France underway, professional (or hobbyist) cyclists may be considering ways to improve their performance. Even if you’re not looking to partake in any worldwide championships, improving your stats can be a personal victory.

The infographic below details the Tour de France’s popularity, and how keeping track of a person’s time and technique can mean the difference between first and second place – a mere eight seconds separated Greg LeMond and Laurent Fignon in the 1989 Tour de France. The Watch Gallery understand why it’s important for cyclists (and sports enthusiasts) to keep track of their stats and how they can better their timekeeping skills and performance through appropriate and reliable timekeeping equipment and cycling gear.

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How Students Can Avoid Back Pain

Posted by Carol Trehearn

January 26, 2017 at 8:27 AM

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Guest Post: MY KNEE HURTS…IS SOMETHING WRONG WITH IT?

Posted by Jeremy Gesicki

May 25, 2016 at 11:10 AM

Knee pain is a common condition practitioners encounter. The functional capability of the knee, not to mention its fluidity, and agility is truly amazing. Unfortunately, intrinsic in its design, it has the potential to increase the risk of knee injuries.

Dr. Kevin Wait, PT, DPT, SCS, CSCS - Clinic Director of Capitol Physical Therapy in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin deals with complaints of knee pain frequently. As a Board Certified Sports Clinical Specialist and Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist, Dr. Wait has an impressive working knowledge of knee injury and diagnosis. In his article below, Dr. Wait goes over a list of possible knee pain signs and symptoms.

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