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Powering Change: Play Again 2015

Play Again is a brand with meaning for so many people at every fitness level. Play Again powers endurance for triathletes and distance runners, powers recovery for weightlifters, strongman competitors and bodybuilders, powers pain management for people who want to continue to play with their children and grandchildren. Play Again powers dreams, goals, competition, and…
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“My Experience with a New Knee!” – By Vince Rua

My left knee received a total knee replacement January 7, 2014, compliments of Jared Roberts and his team at Capital Region Orthopedics.  My post-op rehab has been overseen by Mark Garcia of Kingston Plaza Physical Therapy and Dr. David Ness, Sports Medicine and Chiropractor in New Paltz, NY.  Mark provided exercise guidance for 8 weeks…
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#teamplayagain: Fitness At Any Level

Replenishing your body’s naturally-occurring hyaluronic acid (HA) keeps your joints, ligaments, tendons and muscles lubricated and flexible. #teamplayagain athletes excel at the levels they select. These athletes are able to continually re-set and expand their fitness goals taking the HA daily that is the main ingredient in Play Again. Here are some comments from four…
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Are You Feeling Your Workout Recovery?

If you feel like there are a lot of marketers out there trying to grab your sports nutrition and recovery supplement dollars, you are right. That’s because emerging trends in sports nutrition and recovery products are focused on providing consumers with new sensory experiences, promoting new ingredients, and developing seemingly healthy and convenient nutritional products….
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Conquer Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS)

Athletes know the feeling: muscle stiffness and soreness that sneaks up on the body 24 hours or more after a rigorous workout, an endurance run or the first day back swimming laps or skiing. Any time athletes accelerate the intensity of a workout or compete at a higher level, this delayed discomfort can interrupt their…
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“From Surviving to Winning” – By Kyle Bixler, Strongman Competitor/Gym Owner

2015 is the year I get back in the game. The year I get back to my peak and compete at the level I know I can. My competitive start was playing basketball. That’s when the injuries and surgeries started, too. I played basketball growing up, and then played college ball at Neumann University in…
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Thanksgiving and the Vision – A message from Viscos, LLC Founder, Debbie Ecksten

As Thanksgiving Day 2014 approaches, I have been reflecting on all that I should be thankful for. Three years ago in November 2011, we launched our product Play Again in Indianapolis, IN. We were excited to offer an alternative solution for people with discomfort due to exercise, injury, aging or overuse. The response was from…
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Physical Therapy and Alternative Pain Management Options

By Philip Beaverson, Physical Therapist and Director of Physical TherapyAmerican Health Network, Indianapolis, Indiana I am 42 years old, and have been a physical therapist for 18 years. Practicing inside a physician’s office, I see a whole range of patients of all ages and fitness levels every day. My clients use over-the-counter NSAID pain relievers,…
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Recovery for Women of All Ages

There’s no reason to slow down athletically as you age. According to the Women’s Sports and Fitness Foundation, sports participation among women between 45 and 64 has grown over the last six years. A strategic plan for recovery throughout your lifetime is a key component of staying as active and fit as you want to…
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Athletes We Love: Strongman Dimitar Savatinov

Our newest #teamplayagain athlete, Dimitar Savatinov, was born in Russia. In 2006, Dimitar came to the United States to perform for Ringling Brothers Circus – and by 2009, Mitko (as his friends call him) entered his first Strongman contest – and won first place. At age 33 – and weighing 325 pounds – Mitko continues to…
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