How athletes can navigate the campus cafeteria

Eating on the college campus can be difficult, especially with a busy schedule. Add the pressure of being a college athlete, and things get even...
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Let’s go, ladies!

It’s National Women’s Health and Fitness Day! Whether you go for a stroll, hit the yoga mat, take a spin class or dance with your kiddos, we hope...
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Runners, tape up for race day

It's colorful. It looks interesting. But what is KT tape? Kinesio tape (KT tape) is a tool and technique used to assist in the reduction of pain and...
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Are gels and creams smart for sore muscles?

It’s common to hear the phrase, “No pain, no gain,” in athletics. People often think that sore muscles are a sign of growth and progress. While it’s...
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A helpful how-to for foam rolling

This simple guide to deciphering the different foam rollers is our top pin on Pinterest month after month. We noticed your interest and wanted to...
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Do you know the signs of dehydration?

It’s prime training season for runners, cyclists and outdoor adventurers, and while the heart-healthy activity is beneficial for the body, the...
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Training check-in: injury prevention

It’s hard to believe we’ve been posting these training updates for eight weeks now, and Fort4Fitness race day is just four weeks away! We reached out...
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Training Check-in: After the run

As the length of the training runs grow, so, too, does the need to nourish the body. Katie, who is preparing for the Fort4Fitness 10k, expressed her...
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Steer clear of cheer injuries

Cheerleading has changed dramatically over the years. The extracurricular activity has shifted from a peppy display of sideline support to a...
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Training check-in: Is pavement the preference?

Today we caught up with Shanna, who is working hard to get ready for the Fort4Fitness 10k in September. This busy mom expressed a preference for...
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