MD Sports, Inc.
The Marriage of Medicine and Sports
Do you want to maximize your athletic performance? Do you want to perform better? Do you want to build strength? Do you want to improve your power, speed, and agility? We can help you get achieve your goals, whether you are a professional athlete or new to sports.
Have you hit a plateau, and are you stuck at the same level of training? How would you like to overcome your plateau! With Dr. Hillel Harris’ 5 Step Program, you can maximize your potential as an athlete.
Professional athletes can get closer to becoming champions. They can improve their performance, increase their lean body mass, and maximize fat loss.
People who are new to exercise can experience a decrease in their body fat, and increased energy levels.
You will experience a medically supervised, safe, and drug-free program backed by medicine and science. Lose fat, gain muscle, and make strides in the gym or on the court. Change your body composition with a state-of-the art body composition test with computer generated results.
Do you know what foods you should be eating to maximize your performance? Don’t follow the latest diet trends. Follow the science of sports nutrition, and eat like the pros.
Our Latest Blog Posts
The Doctor Of The Future: Prescribing Lifestyle As Medicine Lessons from Healthcare including the ‘pill for every ill’ & possibilities for healthcare in the future, learning from adversity & overcoming burnout & the importance of self care... READ MORE: LIFESTYLE...read more
Strength Training Found to Lower Heart Disease and Diabetes Risk, Whether or Not You Do Cardio Less than one hour a week of resistance exercise can make a big impact, research shows. Guideline after guideline says we should be clocking regular aerobic exercise to help...read more
Holistic Sports Nutrition for Superior Health and Athletic Performance Athletes have been known to go to extreme lengths to be number one in their sport. In an ever-competitive world, some are even willing to take dangerous performance-enhancing drugs and supplements,...read more
People Who Play This Sport Live Longest The answer: tennis. People who regularly play tennis have the longest life expectancy compared with people who do other activities, such as jogging, swimming, or bicycling. In fact, tennis players live an average 9.7 years...read more
5 Ways to Test Your Body Composition If you want to run faster, bike longer or see some of that hard-earned muscle show through, you need to understand body composition. Learning about your body composition is key to your optimal performance and appearance because it...read more
Sports Injuries and the Aging Athlete Age and Sports Injuries Another important issue for older athletes is that of injury. Statistically, older athletes are much more likely to injure themselves than younger athletes who are doing the same sport. On the positive...read more