Athletic cups, groin protectors and groin guards are all used to keep some of the most sensitive parts of your body protected from injury. Learn how to find the right fit and how best to clean them after use.
Sports Health & Fitness
Love Outdoor Workouts and Sports? Don’t Forget Your Sunscreen
From using a high SPF sunscreen to reapplying throughout the day, an expert shares sunscreen tips for those who enjoy outdoor workouts and sports.
Pilates 101: What It Is and Health Benefits
Get to know more about the full-body workout Pilates provides, and how the practice may benefit your health.
Why You Should Try Assisted Stretching
Recovering from an injury or sit at a desk all day? Consider assisted stretching, which uses a partner to help you stretch. This form of stretching can gently improve your range of motion.
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Active Stretching: What It Is and How To Do It
Are you stretching enough? Active stretching can help improve your flexibility and range of motion without needing a partner or prop.
Try a Massage Gun for Relieving Aches and Pains
Handheld massagers put relief from sore muscles in the palm of your hand. Here’s when to use them and how they work.
What Is Citrulline?
Taking L-citrulline, an amino acid that helps improve blood flow, may have some health benefits. A registered dietitian discusses the latest research and how citrulline works.
TikTok Trend Alert: How Creatine Can Improve Your Workout
Does this TikTok trend really work? Research shows that taking a creatine supplement may help with your workout performance, but it’s not for everyone.
The Importance of Wearing a Bicycle Helmet
Bicycle helmets offer protection that can reduce head and brain injuries. The problem? Only 18% of cyclists wear the safety gear. An emergency medicine specialist discusses the importance of wearing a bike helmet.
What Is Passive Stretching?
When you use an outside force like a partner, towel or fitness strap to help help with stretching, you’re doing a passive stretch. An expert explains how to do passive stretching and how just about anyone can do them.