Saturday, January 19, 2019
Guest Blog: Ai Sullivan As an endurance athlete clocking in endless training hours, chances are hamstrings and knee issues are no stranger to your overused legs!  Hamstrings are screaming “Please stretch me!”, so you flop over to zealously touch your...
Guest Blog: Jeff Lukich As busy triathletes, runners, or cyclists, we are always looking for ways to save time.  Whether out on the track, in the pool, or on the road, we often forget the importance of the cool down...
Guest Blog: James Sa   As an athlete and employee involved with the Challenged Athletes Foundation, I’ve had the unique and pleasant opportunity to witness adaptive athletes of all levels immerse themselves in sport, often spurring a journey of self-discovery for...
Guest Blog: Josh Hayes As a physical therapist, I consistently hear from patients and others that it is normal for runners to get injured.  While injuries do happen, and certainly one cannot always control circumstances which result in tissue damage,...
Guest Blog: Kevin Sherman, DC Foam Roller and "Knots" Any time you overstress a muscle, for any reason, your body produces scar-tissue.  Little cells along your muscles, called fibroblasts, produce a meshwork of collagen scar in response to injury or stress. ...
Guest Blog: Josh Hayes Warming up and stretching Whether new or experienced, young or old, there are questions, misconceptions, and variable methods in preparation for endurance activity.  So with all of the information out there, what are best-practices when it comes to...
This is a topic that is near and dear to my heart. Although I love running (obviously) to this day still, if my mom hadn’t pulled me out of the intense club track team I was on, I may...
I hope most of you who are endurance athletes know the value of strength training, speed work, and a solid flexibility regimen (whether it be straight stretching, yoga, or pilates) in regards to your running performance. For those of you...