Most athletes who have torn their ACL will hear or feel a pop accompanied by pain and, soon after, swelling....
Exit the ski lift without falling on your face.
Outdoor Survival Guide eBook
When treating fractures in a backcountry situation, gentle manipulation of the fracture is required.
Mastering Mountain Bike Skills-2nd Edition
There are as many types of bikes as there are types of riding.
All-mountain skiing requires both good technique and the ability to access diverse strategies for meeting the challenges of varied landscape.
Deciding what to bring with you on your bike ride can mean the difference between riding and walking. Knowing how to use your tools is just as important.
Effective training for a distance cycling event follows a systematic plan. We present two examples: an 8-week program and a 15-week program.
Endurance Sports Nutrition-3rd Edition
A meatless diet does not guarantee good health and better performances.
Triathletes in Motion
How we walk, sit, stand, and carry our posture during daily activities affects how we move in our sport. It is especially important to learn how to move from the inside to outside of the body.
Triathletes in Motion eBook
As a triathlete, the reason you need to assess your functional movement (flexibility, joint mobility, and stability) is to improve performance as a result of achieving better technique, because you can move better and reduce recurring injuries caused by misaligned or compensating movements.
Between 1993 and 1998, my climbing friends and I would spend the month of January bouldering and camping at Hueco Tanks State Park near El Paso, Texas. The warm sun, brilliant problems, supportive climbing culture, and stark desert beauty brought us back.