The ongoing rise in the popularity of exercise to improve cardiovascular and general health has not been without its problems. Sporting Chance focuses on the problems that arise when part-time athletes and fitness newcomers overtrain, often resulting such issues as sprains, tendonitis, dislocated shoulders, and fatigue.
It's the bottom of the ninth with two outs, bases loaded. You stare into the catcher's mitt, hoping that your arm has enough juice left for your old fastball. You shake your right arm a few times, but you can feel twinges in your shoulder. Tomorrow, that sucker's gonna hurt.Read more
When your knee pops, slides, skips and rotates, you just may have ruptured your ACL. This is a common sporting injury that occurs in weekend s...Read more
Whether it's on the tennis court or on the baseball field, using your arm is vital to your sporting life. When you have a torn rotator...Read more
Imagine you are playing basketball with the boys or running in the park on a Saturday morning or burning off hundreds of calories with Zumba a...Read more
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