Maintaining good hydration on hot days.

Fall high school sports seasons are in full swing, but it still feels like summer in Colorado. It’s a good time for parents and kids alike to think about what they put in their bodies before, during and after a workout. Dehydration can lead to fatigue, reduced concentration (and performance), and cramping. There are myriad sports, energy and “water” drinks on the market today […]

Is it time to put some swim in your life?

Coloradans continue to be captivated by Franklin Fever as Centennial’s own Missy Franklin has made swimming waves from London to this weeks final‬ world championships‬. But beyond the local pride and admiration of ability and medal count, do you truly appreciate the value of swimming in your daily exercise and training routine? Temperatures average 87 degrees in Colorado in July and […]

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Youth Athletes Gear Up for Spring Sports.Tips to Prevent Spring Injuries.

More than 100,000 Colorado students participate in interscholastic activities each year, making Colorado’s participation rate one of the highest in the nation, according to the Colorado High School Activities Association (CHSAA). Spring sports are now in full swing across the state, and many student-athletes are eager to jump into the spring sports season. But according […]