Every year, approximately 115 million Americans vow to start an exercise routine and only one-third actually follow through. Anyone who is lacing up their sneakers to enjoy the warm weather needs encouragement and advice on how to avoid common injuries, which can affect peak performance. With spring and summer quickly approaching, physical fitness is reaching its annual peak. For those who haven’t exercised since last summer, it is important to make smart decisions about how to get your game feet on and get back into your routine without overdoing it. All athletes from the pros to weekend warriors need to be keenly aware of the potential injuries and health issues that can arise from all forms of exercise, whether it’s jogging, tennis, golf or shooting hoops! Mike Saunders, former NBA athletic trainer, spent his career training professional athletes. He shares tips about how to prevent and treat common health concerns, from strained muscles to athlete’s foot, that arise from playing sports. Mike dispels myths about what is best for your body and can use stories from inside the locker room to demonstrate how professional athletes encounter the same obstacles as amateurs. Mike also discusses the Get Your Game Feet On contest, which will award five grand prize winners the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to play basketball with NBA all-star Tony Parker at a clinic in NYC as well as win the ultimate game room for their home.