How to Prevent Concussion-Induced Brain Damage in Athletes

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A concussion is caused when the brain experiences trauma from an impact or a sudden, forceful movement, resulting in neurological symptoms. Between 1.6 and 3.8 million sports and recreation related concussions occur each and every year in America – the majority of which happen to males under the age of 19. This is scary because concussions can damage the brain and have serious short and long-term consequences, especially if they remain undiagnosed and the athlete returns to the game too soon.

Americas Only Olympic Weightlifter Eats Vegan: Why You Should Too!

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There’s a common myth that you need to eat meat in order to build strength and stamina but 30-year-old, vegan Olympic weightlifter Kendrick Farris proves that wrong! Standing at just 5’6”, Kendrick weighs 187 lbs – most of which is solid muscle. Since switching to a vegan diet in September 2014, Kendrick has increased his muscle mass, moved up a weight class, and attained a body fat percentage of just 6.5{26cc0ed11e2bb6722aeee461b889fb0a3f7e0a26d72d2ac41cff8364d94a8d9c}.

(Video) Doctor Delgado’s Secret Tool for Athletic Supremacy

[sharify]Electrical stimulation devices are muscle stimulators that use electrical impulses in order to trigger muscular contractions. They are passive workout devices since you don’t purposefully contract the muscles like you would while doing weight bearing or weight lifting exercises. They are touted for their ability to build-up strength and muscle, but the majority of the population dismisses them due to their passive nature. Doctor Nick Delgado used to think that way himself, and was formally a strong believer that you had to go to the gym in order to build strength. However, his opinion changed when he tried the TeslaMax, and now he not only uses it regularly, he also advocates it for anyone who wants to build strength, heal and prevent injuries, and/or optimize their athletic performance.