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Teach your kids how to kick, pull, and turn like the pros with these swimming technique and practice tips.
Check out this new swim circuit workout to keep you in tip-top shape.
To improve as a swimmer, water-based workouts and honing technique are essential.
The purpose of dryland training is to stretch and strengthen the muscles used in swimming
Don’t have a pool? No problem!
It's important to continue to your core strength during this time. Check out workout number three - it 's "super"!
Master these steps to optimize your body positioning in the water.
Try out some of these workouts that will help improve your swimming skills before you hit the water.
Learn the similarities and differences between both viruses, other common questions, and when you should seek care.
Get expert sports medicine tips to protect knees and ankles to keep your favorite soccer player(s) in the game.
Many districts have already announced plans to go remote for at least the start of the school year -- which means no PE class
The shoulder is a pretty amazing set of joints that allows for a complex range of movements. While there are many possible causes of shoulder pain, there are three main issues that tend to be seen in young athletes.
TrueSport Expert Kristen Ziesmer, a registered dietitian, explains what you need to know to pick or make a flavored water that’s healthier for your athlete.
Here’s what Dr. Michele LaBotz, sports medicine physician, wants parents to know when it's time for your child's annual sports physical
These three Instant Pot recipes are truly easy to make, with minimal muss and fuss required.
Michele LaBotz explains why an athlete may need an ankle or knee brace, and what you need to know to ensure that your athlete is on the right road to recovery.
Here are some tips on how to protect your athlete from the sun this season.
Michele LaBotz, TrueSport Expert and sports medicine physician, shares a few simple ways to tell if two-a-day practices are becoming too much.