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Why You May Need a VO2 Max Assessment

September 9, 2019

VO2 Max assessments determine how much oxygen you can transport and use during exercise, also called aerobic capacity. The test takes about 20 minutes and involves performing exercise while wearing a specialized max to measure your oxygen intake and output. You may also wear a heart rate monitor. A high VO2 max measurement, measured in […]READ MORE

What Are the Risks of Concussions and Sports?

August 8, 2019

Any sport carries some risk of concussion, but some may be more dangerous than others. As school sports start up again, it’s important you understand what risks student athletes face when they get in the game. Sports With the Most Concussions Concussions are caused when the head is moved quickly back and forth, such as […]READ MORE

ACL Injuries May Lead to Arthritis in Young People

July 7, 2019

Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tears and injuries are common in teens and young adults. They are one of the most common sports injuries and more likely to affect women than men. But while the ACL tear may be devastating enough, keeping you out of the game for months, it can also have terrible long-term effects. […]READ MORE

Most Common Sports Injuries in Men

June 6, 2019

There’s nothing worse for an athlete than an injury that keeps them out of the game, out of the pool, or off the track. As part of Men’s Health Month, find out the most common injuries male athletes face—and how you can avoid them. Ankle Sprains Ankle sprains are the most common sports injury in […]READ MORE

5 Tips for Open Swim Safety

May 5, 2019

For avid swimmers, the ocean presents a unique challenge and workout. But swimming in open water is not without its risks. Whether you’ve participated in open-water swimming before or are looking to add it to your workout routine when you next visit the ocean, review these safety tips before getting in the water. Swim Well […]READ MORE

How To Avoid The Most Common Sports Eye Injuries

April 4, 2019

Each year, more than 40,000 athletes experience eye injuries while playing sports, but more than 90 percent of these injuries can be prevented. During Sports Eye Injury Awareness Month, learn how you can avoid these painful injuries and maintain your vision. Common Sports Eye Injuries Sports eye injuries are usually caused by direct blows to […]READ MORE

The Top 4 Exercises For Your Heart

March 3, 2019

Spring will be here soon, along with warmer weather and the opportunity to exercise more outdoors. It’s a good time to reflect on the ways you can improve on your lifestyle and improve your heart health. A key aspect of cardiovascular health is to get your heart pumping regularly with exercise. Luckily, many types of […]READ MORE

5 Tips to Prevent Winter Sports Injuries

February 2, 2019

In 2017, more than 220,000 thousand people suffered injuries related to winter sports like skiing, snowboarding and ice skating. From dislocated shoulders to concussions, fractures to sprains, winter sports present unique dangers to active individuals. Stay healthy all winter long by following these tips from Bon Secours experts. Wear the Right Gear Snow and ice […]READ MORE

The Best Post Workout Snacks To Try in 2019

January 1, 2019

During a workout, you push your body hard. You use up the glycogen stores in your muscles. You even break down or damage some proteins in your muscles. Basically, your muscles are stressed and need the time—and energy—to heal themselves. A great snack with 30 minutes of finishing your workout is a key way to […]READ MORE

4 Ways to Keep Your 2019 Resolutions

December 12, 2018

Each year, the most common New Year’s Resolutions are to lose weight or get fit. Unfortunately, by the end of January, many people have already given up on their resolutions. They return to old habits and cancel that gym membership. This year, you can keep that resolution by following this advice: Set Monthly Goals Resolutions […]READ MORE