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Pick Your Poison: Marijuana Vs Opiates in the Professional Sports World

Michael Phelps, Usain Bolt, Ricky Williams and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar all share one interesting thing in common. But first, let's consider their distinct talents: Michael Phelps may as well be half fish and half human—arguably the greatest Olympian of all time. Faster than a strike of lightning,  Usain Bolt can rightly consider himself the fastest man on earth. Ricky Williams … [Read More...]

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Sports and Public Drinking: What Not to Do When Trying to Land a Sports Internship

You’re a senior in college. People have been telling you it’s time to start looking for an internship so that you have some experience under your belt before … [Read More...]

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Three Sports Careers That Hone Your Counseling Skills

Many people's main objective in life is to pursue a fulfilling and worthwhile career. Each individual has a different perspective on what fulfilling really means, … [Read More...]

Industry Insight

Turning Your Passion for Fitness into a Venture

As far back as you can remember you've had a strong interest in staying fit and eating healthy, they are a part of the natural fiber of your life. But have you ever considered basing your career around these passions? Many people enjoy their workouts and … [Read More...]

Job Hunting in the Digital Age

In 1996, just 20 years ago, I graduated college. I'd like to convince myself it wasn't that long ago, but in order to keep it real my fellow students and I didn't have cell phones, laptops were a promise of the future and I applied to jobs by mailing … [Read More...]

A Talented Sports Reporter Teaches Us All A Lesson

Spend enough time around human beings and you are quick to realize there aren't many who own their mistakes. In times of blatant errors first comes 'I got hacked', then comes 'it was someone else fault' and finally there is the desperate 'look at that shiny … [Read More...]

A Resume Tip to Help Fix a Very Common Mistake

There is an error that about 90% of people make on their resume, and trust me it annoys hiring managers. To find out what it is and how to make the proper adjustments to your resume, listen to this short video from our Director of Content, Brian Clapp (and … [Read More...]

Youngest and Oldest Olympic Gold Medal Winners

Just two months removed from completing her freshman year of high school, American Katie Ledecky stood tall on the Olympic podium, a 412 gram gold medal wrapped around her neck. The scene was London, just four years ago, as Ledecky captured the hearts of an … [Read More...]