Category: Nutrition and Health

An Injury Prevention and Performance Secret Revealed

An Injury Prevention and Performance Secret Revealed

You have 60 SECONDS before the most competitive event of your life… What do you do to optimize performance and safe execution? In the final minute ...
Why You Should Strengthen Your Hip Muscles

Why You Should Strengthen Your Hip Muscles

Have you ever wondered why you need to strengthen your hip muscles? Hips were the forgotten link for a long time, but now we put a lot of focus on the ...
What exactly is a pulled hip flexor?

What exactly is a pulled hip flexor?

Chances are, that pain is probably not from a pulled hip flexor. Hip impingement, also known as femoroacetabular impingement syndrome (or FAI), is ...
5 Tips on the Art of Preventing Ankle Sprains

5 Tips on the Art of Preventing Ankle Sprains

Ankles are anatomically stabilized passively with ligaments and actively with muscles that cross the ankle complex. An ankle sprain occurs when the jo ...
Goalkeepers Get Injured Too!

Goalkeepers Get Injured Too!

When we mention soccer and injuries in the same sentence we tend to think of ankle sprains, torn ACLs and other injuries that are specific to the lowe ...
Nutrition: What You Put In Is What You Put Out

Nutrition: What You Put In Is What You Put Out

Youth and teenage athletes must develop good eating habits that will last them a lifetime. This is the best time to introduce a healthy lifestyle, so ...
Screen Your Teen Event Hosted by USD

Screen Your Teen Event Hosted by USD

Youth, ages 12 to 25, are invited to get a free heart screening on Sunday, April 9 at University of San Diego's Hahn School of Nursing and Health Scie ...
Best Practices for Getting in Shape this Season

Best Practices for Getting in Shape this Season

What fuels an athlete? There are three energy systems, or bioenergetics, that overlap and work together on a cellular level to physiologically produce ...
ACL Injuries – Get to Know the Risk Factors

ACL Injuries – Get to Know the Risk Factors

The Anterior Cruciate Ligament, commonly referred to as the ACL, is a dense band of tissue that provides stability to the knee. Fibers of the ACL can ...
Recover Faster, Injury or No Injury: FDM Q and A with Dr. Chad Wells

Recover Faster, Injury or No Injury: FDM Q and A with Dr. Chad Wells

It was just another night of pick-up with friends. You know the kind where everyone is out to have fun try new tricks, maybe pull a meg or two. As I a ...
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