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Delisha Milton-Jones, the current second oldest player in the WNBA shared with ATLX how she has fought father-time sustaining her career in the league.
The “couch potato” era has led to a higher obesity rate in children as physical activity has diminished.
In this week’s Outsiders, ATLX heads to Santa Monica, Calif. to check out a staple in Angeleno’s workout: The Santa Monica Stairs.
Athletes and weekend warriors have benefited greatly from both HIIT and LISS, but which one is better for you?
Athletes just have a way about them, a walk, and especially a talk, that you can spot from a mile away. If these 10 things are part of your everyday vocabulary, you’re most definitely an athlete.
With another Valentine’s Day in the rearview mirror, we’re taking a look at some of the do’s and don’ts for the active couple.
The treadmill is the first thing men skip in a workout, while women don’t lift. These are stereotypes, generalizations. The truth is that these norms are broken every day, especially as women have started to embrace strength training.
Sporting events have become serious moneymakers, and the competition amongst potential host cities can get as heated as the actual games.
Pure Barre is the newest workout craze, and it’s pure hell. But it gets the results.
The Goodyear Blimp is an icon in the sporting world. It signifies the importance of a game, and it helped revolutionize broadcast television.
Forget about exercising, just go and have fun at club-like spin classes.
Legendary beach volleyball player Sinjin Smith loves his sport so much that he’s taken it to the masses. Smith helped launch the first annual World Series of Beach Volleyball in Long Beach, Calif., providing amateurs a great way to stay in shape by playing with the pros.
Working out in the swimming pool is extremely intense without putting much stress on the joints, which makes this a superior type of training for a lot of elite athletes and weekend warriors.
With the New York City Marathon days away, ATLX caught up with Michael Rodgers to discuss the philanthropic work his organization, New York Road Runners, is doing for the community.
A trailblazer for green initiatives, NASCAR has its race cars emitting 20 percent less greenhouse gas emissions that the unleaded fuel we all use at the pump. Other sports are following suit.
California Lifeguards will spend their careers battling two major things: the waves of the Pacific Ocean and the stereotypes about lifeguards. Ironman competitor and LA County lifeguard, Captain Chris Linkletter spoke with ATLX about what it really to takes to keep the beaches safe.
For Mike Hebrard, athletic field design and maintenance is literally a labor of love. Despite the long hours, health concerns and constant turnover of his staff, he continues to perfect the craft of designing and renovating athletic fields.
Rowing, or crew, has a reputation of being a sports for the elite, but with the help of the World Rowing governing body, the perception and popularity of the sport are changing for the better.
Equestrianism requires as much strength and training as just about any other sport, and when you go down – and you will go down – you go down hard.
As more and more Americans embrace the benefits of an organic, natural diet, NBA teams like the Los Angeles Lakers are following suit. You’d be amazed just how bad some of these world-class athletes are eating.
Weekend getaways to beautiful destinations with champagne, makeup stations and firemen handing out roses, all built around races ranging from 5Ks to full marathons? The women’s running movement has never been hotter.
Runners don’t typically buy into the yoga hype, and yogis are often equally discriminating against pounding the pavement. But Alice Toyonga believes in the benefits of both, mostly because they both helped save her life.
Jake Wood and Terry Fox were 1960s teammates with the Detroit Tigers. Nearly 50 years later, they’ve been reunited through the game they love.
Sport or no sport? This is a question very commonly associated with cheerleading, and you might be surprised to hear that the ongoing debate is even being addressed in the courts.
We know about the health benefits of finishing a triathlon, and the pride that comes with it. But could triathlon be moving into the business and social world as the new golf?