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Cross Training for Runners: Boost Your Speed and Endurance

Cross Training for Runners Boost Your Speed and Endurance

Cross Training For Runners: Boost Your Speed And Endurance Introduction Cross-training is not just a buzzword but a strategic approach to enhance your running performance. Whether you’re a seasoned marathoner or a weekend jogger, incorporating cross-training into your regimen can lead to significant improvements in speed and endurance, as shown by the millions who do

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Five Ways to Address Your Iliotibial Band Pain

Five Ways to Address Your Iliotibial Band Pain What is Iliotibial band (IT-band) pain? IT-band pain is the second most common running injury behind patellofemoral pain. It’s much more common in men (~75%), novice runners and individuals that increase mileage/intensity too quickly. It’s the number one injury with trail runners; likely due to the amount

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5 Tips for Managing Wrist Pain with Push-ups or Planks

5 Tips for Managing Wrist Pain with Push-ups or Planks Why might my wrists hurt in a plank position? Wrist pain is a common problem in weight-bearing positions such as a plank or while doing push-ups. This pain can come from the increased load of the weight-bearing position with the wrist near its end range

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Progressive overload: what is it and why is it important?

Progressive Overload: What is it and Why is it Important? https://youtu.be/b_Si4IUymiI Hi, everyone! I am going to talk to you all today about progressive overload: What is it and why is it important? Often when I’m meeting with clients for the first time, and they’ve been doing some sort of strength training, or they’ve been

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Leaking while lifting? Try this technique!

Leaking while lifting? Try this technique! Hi, everyone, I’m going to talk to you all today about a technique that I use when I’m working with clients in the clinic who are experiencing leaking while lifting, especially in their daily lives. So we have to lift our kids a lot during the day. We lift

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