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Running is one of those sports that can constantly be optimized — whether it’s your speed, running form, or overall functionality, there’s plenty you can work on to enhance your technique.  That being said, because it’s such a nuanced activity, it’s easy to fall victim to inefficient running as a result of biomechanical deficiencies. And, more often than not, these deficiencies boil down to a handful of common running form errors, meaning it just might be time...
Posted on 2020-08-12
Although running may seem simple in theory, it’s a surprisingly complex sport to nail down. Optimal running performance boils down to pretty specific biomechanics, and it’s surprisingly common for running deficiencies to cause damage to your body. Up to 79 of strength based on the current strength of your healthy leg. Restoring the strength and control of your leg is critical for your progression into ballistic (or impact) activities like running and jumping — your muscles hav...
Posted on 2020-07-29
Picture this: you’re nearing the end of a new workout, working up a sweat and hitting your stride. Feeling a mix of exhaustion and energy, you wrap up your exercise feeling like a warrior that came out the other side even stronger. That is, until the aches start to kick in a day or two later. We’ve all been there — regardless of athletic caliber, every athlete has fallen victim to that classic post-workout soreness. And it can definitely put a damper on that feeling of invinc...
Posted on 2020-07-15
If you’ve ever hobbled through intense heel pain, you know how rough and tumble it can get. When you wake up every morning, it strikes the bottom of your foot as you take those first few steps out of bed. It can feel like a nail driving into your foot with each step, and that same pain greets you morning after morning. Once you put on your shoes with supportive insoles, there’s a bit of relief. But the pain still screams at you throughout the day, whether you’re standing or wa...
Posted on 2020-07-01
Humans are built for growth, both physically and mentally, and trying new things is the perfect way to challenge yourself, embrace new perspectives, and experience things differently. After all, there’s got to be a reason why adults constantly encouraged you to try new things as a kid (most of those offensive vegetables ended up being okay, right?).  Oftentimes, people associate trying something new with learning a new language or reading a new book. But learning new skills isn&rsquo...
Posted on 2020-06-17
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