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Why Your Muscles Hurt So Much The Day After You Work Out
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What is Rhabdomyolysis and Why Should Young Athletes Care?
Dr. Joseph Horrigan
Executive Director, Tactical Sports Medicine, Associate Profes...
What went wrong in the training of these athletes? The key to understanding requires a closer look at this condition, which
CrossFit: Too Much of a Good Thing Is Definitely Bad
Ken Reed is sports policy director for League of Fans and auth...
If you decide to get your exercise through the CrossFit program, it's important to know that the motivation that comes from the "communal aspect" of CrossFit can become very dangerous if taken to the extreme. Too hard and too fast isn't a healthy strategy.
'Secret' Rhabdo: CrossFit, Exercise and Risk
Michael Ray, M.D.
Practicing emergency physician; Member, CrossFit staff; Owner,...
Rhabdo is anything but a secret, at least in the CrossFit community. I believe CrossFit has done more to educate the general public and its trainers about rhabdo than any other organization, including many related to communities that also carry an association with rhabdo.
CrossFit's Dirty Little Secret
Asst. Professor of Physical Therapy, Regis University
Please allow me to introduce you to Uncle Rhabdo, CrossFit's unofficial and disturbing mascot. Uncle Rhabdo is a cartoon commonly referenced in CrossFit literature and representative of a troubling trend among CrossFitters.
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