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December 16

Rx: Runner’s Knee

Have you ever walked onto a track or into training center and see runners aggressively foam rolling or stretching prior to jumping on the treadmill? There is a high probability that they are dealing with some sort of knee pain… most likely runner’s knee. Runner’s knee is a general term to include diffuse, non-specific pain…

December 15

Core Stabilization Routine

Transverse Abdominis Isometric Bicycle with Transverse Abdominis Isometric Swiss Ball Dead Bug

December 5

Rx: Ankle Sprain

Today we’re going to take a look at the dreaded ankle sprain. There are a few different types, but the most common are: lateral inversion and high ankle sprains. [Mechanism of injury + affected tissues] A lateral inversion ankle sprain occurs when you roll your ankle outwards, usually after jumping and landing awkwardly or moving to…

November 30

Neck CARs

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November 30

Quadruped Hip CARs

November 29

Heel Slides

Slide your heel as far back as tolerable, then bend and extend ankle for extra range. Extend your knee as far as possible, trying to lift your heel and flatten your knee to the table.

November 16

10 Core Exercises for Lower Back Pain Relief

10 Core Exercises for Lower Back Pain Relief Building strength is one of the best defenses. Share via facebook dialog Share via Twitter Share via Pinterest Share via Pinterest Katie Thompson Lower back pain is a pesky problem that unfortunately, many of us have experienced at one point or another to some degree. “Lower back pain…

November 16

*THIS* EXERCISE WILL GIVE YOU THE BIGGEST CALORIE AFTERBURN

*THIS* EXERCISE WILL GIVE YOU THE BIGGEST CALORIE AFTERBURN  Share  Tweet  Pin It GOOD SWEAT  EMILY ABBATE, OCTOBER 19, 2018  PIN IT Photo: Getty/Eugenio Marongiu The last time you boiled a kettle of water, you probably noticed that the kettle (and contents) stayed hot long after you turned off the flame. The same thing happens with your…

November 16

MAKE E-STIM MORE EFFECTIVE

MAKE E-STIM MORE EFFECTIVE Adding movements to your session can help you recover faster. BY LISA FIELDS SCIENCE April 4th, 2018 Every athlete knows that education is a crucial part of performance. Sport and exercise research, insight from top trainers, science, and technology help you to better understand your body so you can craft a healthier lifestyle, workouts, and recovery…

November 16

5 OF THE MOST COMMON RUNNING INJURIES AND HOW TO FIX THEM

5 OF THE MOST COMMON RUNNING INJURIES AND HOW TO FIX THEM  Share  Tweet  Pin It GOOD SWEAT  EMILY ABBATE, OCTOBER 24, 2018  PIN ITPhoto: Getty/Delmaine Donson Whether or not you’re a big-time runner, landing yourself on the injured list is never fun. But when you’re training for a big race, it’s almost inevitable: increased mileage means…
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