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Teach your kids how to attack, clinch, and pin like the pros with these wrestling drills and practice tips.
Mike Macchiavello, NCAA champion from NC State, leads a cardio and strength workout circuit to help wrestlers stay fit.
The down block drill is one of many 'drills on your feet' you can practice.
Missouri Head Coach Brian Smith teaches a few stance and motion drills.
Basic wrestling defense maneuvers explained by Carl Adams.
Brian Seraiah teaches a few basic breathing techniques in wrestling.
There are ways to train and get better even if you are home alone
There are many possible solutions to include in a wrestlers workout
There are many benefits to those who participate in a youth wrestling program
TrueSport Experts Kristen Ziesmer and Michele LaBotz provide some basic guidelines to follow as your athlete recovers from a concussion.
Michele LaBotz shares the main symptoms of potential overtraining and offers some advice on how to recognize warning signs within your team.
Whatever the extreme environment your athlete is headed to, you may be tempted to look for a supplement or treatment that can help them quickly adapt & adjust.
Outdoor sports are finally in full force. Although many athletes have been training, conditioning and playing games, the intensity will definitely be ramping up with more practices and games each week. So how can an athlete stay healthy and on the field?
Follow these tips on how to advance your child's physical health and development in 5th grade.
Here’s what Dr. Michele LaBotz, sports medicine physician, wants parents to know when it's time for your child's annual sports physical
Olympic swimmer Dan Jervis discusses his 'coming out' journey and the acceptance and support he received in the swimming community.
We all want young athletes to perform at their athletic best without risking their health.Learn why it's important to create a culture of clean and healthy competition and what you can do to cultivate that environment.
Even without access to a gym, you can improve your lower-body and upper-body strength
Hydration during cold weather and winter sports can be tricky, but it’s just as important to hydrate in the winter as it is in the summer.
Focusing on body neutrality, or recognizing and appreciating your body’s capabilities, might be a better option for athletes who struggle with body image.
The new school year is underway, you are busier than ever, and your child is asking you, “am I old enough to get contact lenses?” Find out here.
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