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UNLV's athletic training program grads make it to the big leagues.
Brach Poston's research on electrical stimulation shows promise for Parkinson's patients.
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The Marine Corps' longstanding tradition of having two-tiered fitness requirements for men and women aims to ensure fairness, but a growing chorus of critics say it creates a double standard and implies that female Marines are not as physically capable as men. It’s another political battle inside the Corps over gender and standards that stems in part from last year’s controversial decision to allow women to serve in combat units traditionally restricted to men.
People set all kinds of goals when they work out. Feeling better. Losing a few pounds. Becoming a bit healthier.
If you see a pack of adults crawling around like infants, a stronger core could be the reason why.
Consumers in sporting goods stores today are faced with seemingly countless choices of footwear. But are any of those innovations really helping you run longer or jump higher? And are those expensive sneakers any better?
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Associate Dean, Allied Health Sciences
An expert in human body movement, the physics of sports, and running.