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Milk: What kind is right for you?

When you walk down the dairy aisle, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed by the different types of milk. There are dairy and non-diary choices, cow’s milk, plant-based alternatives and more. But what’s the right kind of milk for you? People may choose a cow’s milk alternative for several reasons – lactose intolerance and dairy allergies, … Continue reading Milk: What kind is right for you?

Ask an Expert: Sports science insights for athletes

It can be difficult for athletes, coaches and parents to sort out fact, fiction and fads in the evolving field of sports science. The Sanford Sports Science Institute is here to help. Through its role as the official research partner of the National Scholastic Athletics Foundation, SSSI experts are going to your questions in this ongoing … Continue reading Ask an Expert: Sports science insights for athletes

POWER Partners: Dakota Alliance Soccer Club benefits from training, facilities

Sanford Health has worked closely with the Dakota Alliance Soccer Club since the club’s establishment over 20 years ago. The health care system has been an active sponsor for DASC tournaments and fundraisers. In 2009, POWER and DASC became partners with the help of Frank Gurnick, DASC director, and Scott Hettenbach, POWER director and certified … Continue reading POWER Partners: Dakota Alliance Soccer Club benefits from training, facilities

Add Excitement to Your Workout with Training Variations

At some point in your training you may have run into the problem of doing the same thing multiple times. If you change your entire workout to find more interesting lifts, you could lose the benefits of the lifts that you are doing. If this is your fear, try to change how you are performing … Continue reading Add Excitement to Your Workout with Training Variations

Common weight-lifting mistakes

Lifting weights is a great way to build muscle mass, burn body fat and reduce stress. However, if done incorrectly, weight training can cause serious injury and do more harm than good. Below are some crucial steps you should take to stay safe and get the most out of your workout. Upper Body Performing more … Continue reading Common weight-lifting mistakes

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