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The Q-Angle & Female Athlete Injuries

May 29, 2012 by: Kurt Hester
Women are more prone to several sport injuries than men based simply on bio-mechanical differences. The major difference is that a female's pelvis is wider than a male's. Sports Medicine experts have termed the difference in pelvic size the Q-Angle. This is the angle at which the femur meets the tibia. The wider an athlete's hips the more pronounced the angle is.


One Foot at a Time

May 25, 2012 by: Kurt Hester
During a typical play in any sport the human body has only one foot in contact with the ground at a time.


Push-up Variations

May 21, 2012 by: Kurt Hester
Give bench pressing a break throughout your training year and add old school push-up variations to your workout. Your shoulders will literally jump for and joy and love you for doing so.


Nutrition Essentials

May 16, 2012 by: Dr. Chad
A water bottle, lunch box, and shaker cup should be considered by you, your family, and coaches to be as important as your helmet, shoes, or any other piece of your uniform. It goes with you every day, everywhere.


Off Bench Hip Thrust

May 10, 2012 by: Kurt Hester
In order to increase your sprint speed you will need to teach your glutes to fire. This exercise will activate your glutes and increase its firing capability. Incorporate at least one glute activation exercise in every lower body workout.