Youth Sports: The Best Way To Recover From Injuries

Many youth athletes today would rather play through the pain than miss a practice or a big game. They’ll ignore an injury and hope that it will just go away with time. Unfortunately, neglecting an injury usually leads to an overuse or repetitive trauma injury and can, in extreme cases, affect the player’s ability to play at all.

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Improving Air Quality In Fitness Facilities

Your face is red, your muscles are burning out, but you will be darned if you drop that weight before you hit 20 reps. What are you (and your trainer) telling yourself to do at this point to keep going?

“Remember to breathe.”

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Navigating the Shuffle

When you think about it, there are a lot of shuffles out there. There is the IPod shuffle, the playing card shuffler, and even a dance called the Cupid Shuffle! However, as a gym and health club owner the worst shuffle you may be all too familiar with is the shuffle clients and prospective clients can get lost in. So, let’s chat about how technology can act as the light at the end of the tunnel.

Prospective Clients

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Maximize Your Treadmill Area

Maybe 2015 was the year of the treadmill. The cardio-room classic was in the news a lot last year, made prominent especially because of the tragic death of Dave Goldberg, who was the CEO of SurveyMonkey and the husband of Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg. Goldberg was exercising on a treadmill at a gym when he lost his grip on the railings, fell backward, and fatally hit his head.

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