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The six-week program combines Mayo Clinic Health System's sports medicine expertise with programming and principles used with national sports athletes.
Incorporating running into your life is an excellent decision for your health. Proper preparation for any race is important, so here are a few tips to get you started.
Your shoulder can develop a buildup of calcium deposits as you age, causing pain, stiffness and limited mobility. Learn about 6 benefits of a new nonsurgical procedure to remove those deposits.
Your first instinct may be to go to the gym when you want to lose weight. Learn why this may not produce the results you want and what's more effective.
Staying active is important not only for your body, but for your mind. Here are three 15-minute workouts you can do at home.
You might think a mask is a barrier to working out away from home. Read these FAQ to help you figure out the safest approach to staying active.
Not everything you’ve heard about maximizing your workouts to transform your body is true. Read about the top 10 workout myths, and get the facts.
Tendonitis in her elbows was causing avid gardener Deanne Lee significant pain. Learn how ultrasonic energy removed damaged tissue without surgery and got her busy digging in the garden again.
School will be starting again soon. Learn why it's a good idea to schedule a back-to-school physical now to ensure your child's physical and mental health.
Dietary supplements are becoming more popular among young athletes with nearly 60% reporting regular use. But are they safe? Learn more about research and gather tips before giving supplements to your young athlete.
Running is one of the world's most popular sports, hobbies and ways of staying fit. But it can lead to the occasional injury. Get tips from a physical therapist for a successful run.
Are you interested in competing in a summer race event? Make sure you are taking the necessary precautions to properly train and prepare your body for the physiological demands of a race.
As an athletic trainer, Kiersten Schmidt conducts baseline concussion screenings, evaluates injuries during and after games, and much more. Read about her work with the Mankato MoonDogs and other teams.