The running world has been inundated with buzzwords. Run form, overpronation, minimalist running, and hip strength are only a page turn away in your favorite publication. While these terms are important, their regurgitation often
Shin pain can be a frustrating, viscous cycle. Shin pain is not a diagnosis, but rather a vague term for where you hurt. The injury itself can be somewhat minor (shin splint) or rather
We know more than ever about function and the intricacies of how our body responds to positioning, sport, and load. Yet, the general running population is continually spoon fed the same stretches from 1980.
Balance is important. Not only for running, but life. It’s surprising how many athletes are unable to balance on one foot. Completing this seemingly rudimentary task can be shockingly difficult. Harder yet is completing
Would you ever think something as miniscule as big toe mobility could plague your running career? Well, start answering yes. All of our joints are part of a bigger picture of movement and function.
There are countless articles mentioning the detrimental effects of sitting, whether it be for sport or life in general. The static posturing that consumes our life essentially immobilizes us. In general, the pressure in
The season is coming to an end, at least in the northeast. Many of us are leaving 2013 with PR’s or plan to in the next 4 weeks, while far too many are looking
Are you a hippy runner? I’m not talking about Woodstock, but a term I use to describe runners without enough junk in their trunk. Hippy runners are easy to find. Chances are you’ve seen