Let physics help you become a better sprinter. Learn why Usain Bolt is so fast. Think he will break more records this summer?

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Floor, Pommel Horse, Rings, Vault, Parallel Bars and Horizontal Bar... whatever the event, artistic gymnastics is a sport that demonstrates strength, ability... and a whole lot of balance!

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There are a lot of injuries that can happen during long distance running and a pair of good shoes is one of the best ways to prevent them.

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Looking at the usual array of food, you notice a different kind of snack: protein bars. Brands such as Bio-X, Proteins Plus, and Muscle Tech are all marketed as high protein supplements, typically for athletes. But what are they really meant to do?

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We may have come to think of stretching as a secondary or unnecessary part of the routine, rather than a key component. But read on. I hope to convince you that stretching is something you and your muscles actually need as part of your workout.

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What's behind those runner's cramps? By understanding the science of the side stitch though, you can minimize your chances of having one come between you and that personal best half marathon time or that runner's high.

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Did you know that Arm Wrestling is actually an organized sport? Like many other sports, Physics plays in a big role in determining the winner.

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In addition to being a supplement, creatine is naturally produced by the liver, kidney and pancreas and stored in our muscles. It's believed that creatine supplementation increases the amount stored in the muscles and allows for more intense workout.

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The ultimate staredown. How long can you hold a stare without blinking? The Science Behind Staring Contests.

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Steroids exert their effect on many different tissues. They start by penetrating the cell itself and binding receptor proteins that alter our DNA.

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