Monthly Archives: June 2018

Finding the Right Bike: The Ultimate Guide to Bike Fitting

  Cycling is an ever-increasing popular sport. Many people are turning to cycling as a way to stay athletic when other high-impact sports – such as running – become too painful. While some people are switching sports, other people are using cycling as a way to stay fit and as part of their usual fitness […]

Comeback Athlete: “Shoulder Ski Injury Can’t Keep Me Down”

The American Birkebeiner (Birkie) is perhaps the largest and longest cross-country ski race in America and North America. From Cable to Hayward, WI, skiers race either 31 miles for the freestyle race or 34 miles for the classic race. It’s grueling. Yet it draws more than 10,000 athletes from around the world each year to […]

5 Ways to Avoid and Recover from Baseball Injuries

From being a favorite pastime sport for many children up through college to being a competitive team sport, baseball is one of the most popular American sports. With the likes of Babe Ruth, Hank Aaron, Jackie Robinson, and Barry Bonds still being the sports heroes of many Americans, it’s no surprise that youth baseball and softball […]

Comeback Athlete: Swimmer Beats Back Hip Injury

When you think of swimming, you don’t typically think of the role hips play. Granted, pain in the lower extremities, such as a hip injury, caused by swimming is quite uncommon in the sport. However, the hips and legs play a crucial role in swimming biomechanics and pain can make it difficult to swim correctly. […]