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Dr. Joseph Sheppard's Case Report Show's Enerskin Enhances Cycling

Dr. Joseph Sheppard's Case Report Show's Enerskin Enhances Cycling

Posted by Eric Grabin on

  Comparative Analysis of the Enerskin Garment Technology and the Effects on Power, Cadence and Heart Rate During Cycling Using Pioneer Power Meter and CycloSphere Analysis   My name is Dr. Joseph A. Sheppard.  I am a Chiropractor, health-nut, researcher and athlete.  I started working out at a very early age and learned the importance of exercise and nutrition in health, well-being and athletic performance. Today, I am an avid cyclist, fitness fanatic and I live an active lifestyle.  Regular exercise, nutrition and supplementation play a key component in my health, recovery and improved performance on and off the field. I...

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Compression Shorts as Underwear: Pros Vs. Cons

Compression Shorts as Underwear: Pros Vs. Cons

Posted by Alan Bench on

Running, yoga, basketball, tennis: chances are, you’ve seen people using compression shorts for at least one of these athletic activities. If you’ve never tried them before, you might be wondering how effective they are, how comfortable they are, and if they’re here to stay (or just a passing fad). Believe it or not, one question we get asked all the time is whether someone should start wearing compression shorts instead of underwear. That’s a great question. We (objectively) evaluated compression shorts on a number of factors, ranging from breathability to price, so you can see the benefits and drawbacks of...

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Getting the Most Out of Your Workouts?

Posted by Jiewhoon Kang on

Heart Rate Training from Running to Lifting http://www.thenewsindependent.com For most of us, working out requires discipline—from making time in our schedules to maintaining our weekly routine. So once you get going, maximizing the benefits of your workout should be a top priority. Keeping track of your heart rate is one of the easiest ways to do this, but the science behind it can put people off. Don’t let a lack of understanding keep you from utilizing one of your body’s most useful data transmissions. From knowing when to push yourself and when to recover to better targeting your exercise towards...

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5 Affordable Ways Professional Athletes Avoid Injury

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https://www.emmbie.com/sites/default/files/field/image/blog_post/bad-gym-technique.jpg   When you’re an athlete you can rally back from just about anything. Except a serious injury. Nothing ends a season (or a career) faster. And when you consider the 3.5 million youths get injured in America each year playing sports, we’re looking at epidemic numbers. It’s one of the reasons why physical trainers are in such demand these days. They say it’s better to be proactive than retroactive. This is especially true for injury prevention, but we rarely think of fixing something before it’s broken. Below are five ways (that won’t break the bank) to keep yourself injury...

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3 Athlete-Approved Ways to Recover Faster From Injury

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http://sportskneetherapy.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/derrick-rose-acl-injury.jpg Game 1 of the 2012 NBA Playoffs. Bulls vs. 76’ers. Derrick Rose, 2011 MVP, dribbles the ball casually along the 3-point line, then cuts left, slices right to blow his first defender. Two more defenders converge to collapse on him. Rose plants his feet for the pump fake, launches himself into an awkward fake shot, ultimately passing to Carlos Boozer before half falling, half limping off the court to the sideline. He lays down on the hardwood, clutching his left knee. He’s obviously in lot of pain. A near career-ending injury For Chicago fans, it was a moment that...

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