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7 Tips to Transition Back to Outdoor Running

Posted on by Tara Hackney, PT, DPT, OCS, KTTP

As the weather starts to warm up, you might be itching to get back outdoors for a run. Outdoor workouts offer both physical and psychological benefits such as helping with depression, anxiety and fatigue.1 Running outdoors is different than running indoors on a treadmill. As such, there are considerations to remember that can ease this transition.

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Starting a training plan STRONG

Posted on by Ashley Dougvillo, PT, DPT, CMPT

As we plunge into the cold winter months, most runners are already filling their schedules with the year’s race plan. They’re surfing for coupon codes, researching training plans and shopping the sales for new gear. After the ball drops on the New Year, many are itching to start their training regime. However, often what is missing in this plan is a strengthening component.

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Minimizing the Risk of Running Injuries with Strength Training

Posted on by Rebecca Weiner, PT, DPT, ASTYM certified

The days are longer and the weather is finally nicer, which means more people will be out running. Thinking about running that neighborhood 5k or half marathon this summer? When deciding between which training program to follow, make sure you don’t forget to incorporate strength training. Strength training is believed to help with injury prevention in runners.

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Reaching the Top: Tips for Your Next Stair Climb

Posted on by Sarah Ryerson, PT, ATC, CSCS

I registered on a whim for my first Hustle Up the Hancock stair climb thinking it would be something cool and unique. However, my rationale for registering did not provide the best parameters for designing a training program.

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Running and Sweating and LEAKING…Oh My!

Posted on by Tina Christie PT, CCE, FAFS, FMR, 3DMAPS

Are you a female runner who has been preparing for a marathon? As you increase your mileage, you have likely experienced an increase in sweating. This is normal. However, if you have also experienced urinary leakage, this is NOT normal!

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3 Ways to Combat Low Back Pain in Runners

Posted on by Ryan Domeyer PT, DPT, CMPT

Low back pain is the largest cause of disability, affecting nearly 80 percent of people in the United States at some point in their lifetime.1
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Debut Marathoner: Avoiding Red Lights in Your Marathon Training

Posted on by Karen Shanahan

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Many marathon runners will experience injuries due to things such as overtraining, poor footwear and muscle imbalance. In fact, data shows that running-related injuries to the lower extremity can occur in 19.4 percent to 79.3 percent of runners each year – with marathon runners averaging 58 percent.(1,2)   

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Running: Bringing People Together (and to Germany!)

Posted on by Dorothy Cohee

Running is a great hobby that it not only good for your health, but also brings people together.

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