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Health, Wellness & Sports

"Out at the Park" at Petco Park date announced

The Padres will take on The Mets at the annual Out at the Park event in 2018

So, grab your Pride gear and get ready to cheer on the home team on Friday, April 27.

And as always, enjoy the pre-game “Tailgate Party” happy hour event in the VIP space in Park at the Park.

"Cozy" holiday foods may need extra help digesting

Digestive enzymes are NOT probiotics. 

Fall is the time where we get a bit cozier, yes even here in San Diego, and with that comes more “cozy” foods.

This week’s article is about some easy supplements and tweaks you can make to be around food sensitivities you may not even be aware you have. 

Think about having a big breakfast that has awesome pancakes, then go all-in with eggs and bacon. 

Out soccer player Robbie Rogers retires from sports

Robbie Rogers retires from sports.

LA Galaxy player and new Target spokesman Robbie Rogers announced this week that he is retiring from sports.

The soccer player who suffered an ankle injury says that his only regret during his career was spending 11 years in the closet. Rogers came out four years ago.

SDSU senate votes to retire Aztec mascot

The Aztec ascot at SDSU may get retired.

San Diego State University's mascot Aztec Warrior may soon be a thing of the past. The University Senate voted a whopping 52-15 to retire the effigy which many find offensive.

A task force will also look into the use of the name “Aztecs.”

The results will now head to the desk of Interim President Sally Roush, where it will await her decision.

Lift like a bodybuilder not powerlifter

Focus on the muscle group you’re targeting, and the burn will blow you away.

This kind of “number counting” extends to my clients who feel they aren’t doing lifts that are worthwhile if the lift isn’t what they consider to be “heavy”.

Numbers like this would all be relevant if you and I are powerlifters, competing for who could move the most amount weight.

But I’m not; are you?

San Diego Pro Soccer franchise officially named '1904'

"The number is already iconic in San Diego, now it will stand for the passion and pride of our region.”

The region’s newest professional sports organization proudly announced today that it will officially be known as 1904 Football Club. Along with a description of the club name’s origin, the team unveiled a brand video to share their story.

150 athletes have come out since last year

Out baseball player Ryan Jordan Santana.

This past Wednesday was National Coming Out Day. The sports world may be one of the hardest places to announce who you really are.

OutSports celebrated the brave men and women athletes who had the courage to come out throughout the year in the YouTube video below.