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April 2014

Your Best Workout Partner is Right Under Your Nose

Are you more likely to work out with a partner? A study from the Department of Kinesiology at Indiana University* surveyed married couples who joined health clubs together and found that couples who worked out separately had a 43 percent dropout rate over the course of a year. Those who went to the gym together,…
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Compete and Win: Power Your Recovery

“Since I’ve made Play Again part of my routine, my recovery time is phenomenal.  After taking Play Again, and for the first time in my career, I ran the Boston Marathon on April 15, 2013. Then just four weeks later, I was able to compete in the Mountains 2 Beach Marathon in California on May 25th. I have never…
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Collegiate Athletes At Risk: Pain More Likely Later in Life

Half of high-performance collegiate athletes had chronic injuries at middle age, compared to 28% of non-athletes, according to a recent study at Indiana University. And these former athletes were more likely to be in pain and depressed. In her article, “Current Health-Related Quality of Life Is Lower in Former Division I Collegiate Athletes than in…
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