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Welcome to the second installment of our ACL rehabilitation timeline! The first post of this series discussed the importance of “prehabilitation” and what it means for your post-operative outcomes. Prehab covers the timeframe from point of injury up until the day of surgery, exploring the very beginning stages of your recovery and what you can do to prepare for the oncoming rehabilitation journey. Now, this second blog will review what happens from the day of surgery (and what you ...
Posted on 2020-10-19
Whether you’re working through your first season of running or have lived in the running world for years now, you’ve likely had this thought pop into your mind at some point: How do I run faster? It’s a valid question, especially since running is one of those sports where you can constantly improve. But even with thousands of resources out there, it can still be tricky to find a coherent answer on how to actually achieve that increased running speed. And that’s the fru...
Posted on 2020-10-07
We all know that, to get better at running, you’ve got to run. Getting enough practice is already half the battle, and the rest of the fight boils down to making sure you’re practicing the right way to achieve the pinnacle of your performance. And that’s where a lot of people tend to drop off in the learning curve; while most athletes still strive for constant improvement, they often don’t have a thorough grasp on all the “how’s” and “why’s...
Posted on 2020-09-22
One of the best parts about running is that you’re constantly able to improve — whether it be your form, your speed, or your personal goals (or all of the above). However, because there’s always room for improvement, that inevitably suggests that there’s always room for error, too. (Which doesn’t sound particularly appealing, but at least it means that all runners will have their fair share of errors and adjustments.) Plus, there’s another silver lining: wit...
Posted on 2020-09-09
Anyone who’s torn their ACL can tell you how traumatic, painful, and life-changing the injury can be — and the recovery process certainly isn’t an easy one. Typical recovery from ACL reconstruction surgery can take up to 9-12 months, although many athletes continue working on biomechanical movement errors for up to 18 months. As you can imagine, the physical and mental struggles of recovery can easily stir up feelings of uncertainty, especially over such a long span of time. ...
Posted on 2020-09-01
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