With road racing season in full force, many runners are hitting the pavement pounding out mile after mile searching for that one last PR (personal record) to finish out 2017. As a self-described “runner”,
Can you stand on one leg? Go ahead, try it. I’ll wait. Are you leaning to the side, waving your arms around, and wondering when your balance became so bad? If so, you are
I hope that you have found this series of blog posts and videos helpful throughout your Turkey Trot training! I just wanted to quickly review what we have talked about the past several weeks.
Running is one of the most physically demanding things we ask our bodies to do. Upon impact, we subject our joints and muscles to almost three times of our body weight with each step.
Have you ever noticed that when you start running that it takes a few minutes (or miles) to “get into a rhythm?” If you notice you are gasping for air after five minutes and
The Buffalo Turkey Trot is the oldest consecutively run footrace, in North America! Take a minute to think about how amazing that is. One of the coldest cities in America managed to put on
“Should I stretch before or after I run?” This common question is the center of the heated controversy “To stretch or not to stretch?” However, new research is emerging giving us a clear answer.
As a physical therapist, my patients frequently ask for guidance on returning to exercise and which exercise routines will be safe and effective for them. “Can I run? Can I golf? Can I do