Working the muscles you can't see can be difficult, but don't forget about them. Here are six muscles you can't ignore.By Men's Health
Many runners experience some pain in their hips during or after running. But just because it’s common doesn’t mean it’s something you should ignore—if you do, it could lead to injury.
Your hip alignment could possibly be off. You might have poor posture, or you might have a habit of imbalance, such as always carrying your purse or laptop bag on the same side.
There are a number of things it could be: a stress fracture, a strain in your hip flexor, bursitis or something else entirely.
Learn more about what that pain in your hip is, how to fix it and how to prevent it in the future.
Hip Pain Articles & Advice
An achy back is one of the worst ailments an athlete can experience. Fortunately, yoga can help. Twist, bend, and build strength to ease pain. Here'sBy Laura Waite
Find out how keeping your hips in balance will help you avoid injuries on the court and learn a six-step exercise that will correct any misalignment.By Suzanna McGee
From back pain to wrist problems, as an athlete you are faced with possible injuries. Learn how you can prevent injuries with these yoga poses.By Gwen Lawrence