One way to reduce your risk of injury and to improve performance is a proper warm-up and cool-down. Warming up doesn’t need to take long. Attached is a 5-minute sequence that can be performed prior to any length of a run. It can also act as a screening tool. If you are struggling to perform… Read More
Summer is here and that means everyone from the elite runner to the weekend hiker will be out and about trying to shake off the winter blues. As you increase your activity level, you may find that you aren’t as physically capable as you once were, or maybe you have been ignoring a nagging pain… Read More
Developing the ability to feel your body and its arrangement is a key aspect of learning how to take care of its movements. If you are a physical therapy patient, practicing this ability will help you to benefit from the instruction you receive in your sessions, and even after you complete your program. If you are a lifestyle athlete, competitor, performer, or any other kind of mover, the knowledge you acquire with this sense will apply to your performance in all of your moving and training, in injury or health. Read More
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Spring is upon us! Maybe? I did see some snow today. Anyways, here are two exercises to start doing in preparation for running.