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Fitness Myths with Dr. Mike: Early Specialization in Youth Athletics


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Early specialization in youth athletics is a nearly epidemic problem in the United States, causing too many young athletes to lose their passion for athletics, be derailed by overuse injuries or fail to reach their full potential because of improper training strategies. Dr. Mike breaks down the problems and some potential solutions:

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