Publications as a Sports Medicine Expert:

Gyms are the new weekend nightclubs

Although Alex Ifill works out at least five times a week, his favorite class is Noho Nights, Barry’s Bootcamp’s Friday night session that combines cardio, high-intensity interval training and a DJ during the class for a heart-pumping happy hour.

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6 Boxing-Inspired Exercises for a Total-Body Workout

Boxing workouts are not for the faint of heart—but they are for anyone who wants to get stronger, burn some calories, and let out some frustrations. Obviously your arms put in serious work, but during a boxing session, your entire body and mind have to get involved. That translates to plenty of sweat and postworkout soreness in muscles you never knew existed.

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How a sub-zero cryotherapy chamber can help your muscles recover

Recovery is an integral part of any workout program. And like workout programs, there always seems to be a new method that makes recovery faster, easier, or more convenient.

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7 Signs Your Muscles Are Too Sore to Work Out

Muscle soreness after a hard sweat sesh can feel like a badge of honor—it's a reminder that you got your butt up in the morning to make time for a workout and really pushed yourself. While some soreness after a new or super-intense workout is totally natural, a "no pain, no gain" mindset can have serious consequences if you're going full steam ahead when you should really be slowing down.

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Here's Another Reason to Sign Up for That Race

If you're debating signing up for that half or full marathon, here's a reason to pull the trigger: Training to compete in endurance races can improve your bone's health, according to a new study published in the European Journal of Applied Physiology.

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  • NYU Langone Hospitals link
  • NYU Langone Health link
  • American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons link
  • Arthroscopy Association of North America link
  • American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine link
  • American Shoulder And Elbow Surgeons link