As professional and amateur sports leagues slowly begin to change their rules on cannabis use, more athletes are speaking out about their appreciation for cannabis. Here’s a look at some of the more prominent names associated with marijuana in sports.
Yoga is an ancient practice that helps many find balance and a sense of wholeness. Cannabis is also a form of medicine that helps people understand and heal their own bodies on a deeper level. Put the two together, and cannabis-enhanced yoga classes are an experience not to be missed.
A fast-growing world of athletes, from pros to weekend fitness enthusiasts, are incorporating cannabis into regular workouts and competitions. Here’s what the science has to say, plus tips for anyone who’s considering joining the trend.
NFL players hope CBD research leads to breakthroughs with treatment for neurological disorders including chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE). Cannabidiol also has been linked to helping arthritis, epilepsy, heart disease, insomnia, neuropathic pain, anxiety and schizophrenia.
While much of America plows forward with medical marijuana, the sport that prides itself on violent collisions hasn’t accepted cannabis as a viable pain relief option. Will pressure from players past and present finally get the NFL to think beyond opioids?