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In the words of Forrest Gump, “For no particular reason, I decided to go for a run.” Running has just always been something I HAD to do. Whether it be the gym teacher, football coach, or Marine Corps drill instructor, I ran because someone made me. And that’s all I did. Run. Nobody ever told … Continue reading Brain Training to Run Faster
Shin splints. Posterior tibial tendonitis. Metatarsalgia. Plantar fasciitis. Osteopenia. Osteoporosis. Common injuries and conditions for endurance athletes that don’t need to happen. Osteopenia and Osteoporosis are well known conditions for career cyclists. Even without this amazing sport, bone density starts to deteriorate after we turn about 35 yrs old. Add our non-weight bearing activity and … Continue reading Cross Training to Prevent Injury
Two years ago, if you would have told me I’d be pursuing running I would have burnt you at the stake for being a witch. But here I am. Spreading the news of my new love. Which feels like (what I’d imagine) coming out of the closet to a strict Christian father. OK. That’s a … Continue reading Start Running!
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