A lot has changed since Ross Rebagliati’s legendary performance at the 1998 Winter Olympics.
As America gets accustomed to the idea of legal marijuana, entrepreneurs are branching into a host of new products and ways of thinking about cannabis experience.
Like many other fitness-minded young professionals, a 25-year-old Boston resident named Cameron adheres to a fairly typical preworkout routine.
NFL running back Mike James calls it his medicine for pain management, but league officials call it a banned substance.
CANNABIS CULTURE – Dr. Bush-Joseph worked as the team physician for the Chicago White Sox and Chicago Bulls. He serves on the editorial board of several national orthopedic journals, including the prestigious American Journal of Sports Medicine. He’s worked as an orthopedic surgeon for almost 30 years.
CANNABIS CULTURE – The WADA (World Anti-Doping Agency) prohibits cannabinoids (grown cannabis and its derivatives) and cannabimimetics (Spice and other synthesised cannabis substitutes) for use in competition.
Former NBA Commissioner David Stern made news late last month when he said the NBA should remove marijuana from its banned substance use.
The idea that cannabis and fitness can go hand in hand surprised me at first.
Former Ravens tackle talks to Rolling Stone about the role marijuana has played in managing the pain he’s still dealing with from his career in the NFL.
A former New York Jet is kicking up a cloud of controversy with a plan to market marijuana-derived products at Pop Warner youth football games.