Is in-person road racing safe for YOU? Fall season is one of our favorite racing seasons, and we are starting to see in-person races make a return to the running scene. While we are excited for in-person racing, we also want to balance the pro and cons amid this global pandemic.
First and foremost, shin splints do exist. Unfortunately it’s usually felt along the front part of your leg (between the knee and ankle area).
Elevating your legs above heart level improves blood flow and helps keep your blood from pooling in your lower legs, according to the University of Michigan.
Running at an an easy pace will help your running efficiency.
Best 5 reasons for this season’s running
Studies have shown that your “Second Wind” is a result of the body’s use of oxygen,
Steps to protect your skin this summer.
How many miles have you logged in your current running shoes? If you’ve been tracking your mileage with your technical devices, then chances are you’ll have a rough idea how many miles you have on your shoes (assuming you’ve been wearing the same shoes for training, walking, running, etc.). If you’re not currently keeping track of […]
With the global pandemic, many of us are now working from home in makeshift chairs and desks. Hunching over your laptop on your improvised ‘desk’ all day can make your hips tight and uncomfortable. Did you know that the psoas are major flexors, and affect your posture to stabilize your spine? If your major flexors are weak, […]
Does running increase or decrease my immunity to COVID-19? We’ve had quite a few COVID-19 related questions about running outdoors and the effect on our immune systems. In this email, we will review a few studies from certified health professionals on this topic to help you make the best decision for yourself. Disclaimer: This is […]