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Tips For Running In The Snow

🏃🏾Adjust your stride. A shorter stride will give you more control and may avoid pain/injury if you happen to slip. 👣 Consider improving your traction with shoes specifically made with a bit more traction- winterized versions of running shoes, “trail”…

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Stretching Post-Workout

You’ve just finished a strenuous workout—you might have run a few miles, lifted a few weights, swam a lap or two—but did you stretch?  Stretching often falls by the wayside of people’s workout routines. It might hurt, it might take…

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Flat Feet: Weight-Bearing

If you are experiencing flat feet when weight-bearing, then try these exercises to help strengthen and correct the arches of your feet. Plantar Fascia Release: In a sitting or standing position, take a lacrosse ball or golf ball and place…

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Proper Spin Class Warmup Routine

Spin Class: Cross-Training and Proper Warm-Up

Why Cross-Training and a Proper Warm-Up Routine is Important: Whether you prefer Peloton, SoulCycle, or Flywheel, boutique-style spin classes have gained immense popularity over the last decade. Spin has many benefits such as improving cardiovascular health and improving lower extremity…

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Gluteal Activation Exercises

Having strong gluteal muscles are pivotal in avoiding compensatory overuse injuries and prolonging your running career. The gluteals are primarily responsible for maintaining neutral pelvic alignment and absorbing the ground reaction forces during each series of single-leg stances that occur…

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Female Athlete Triad

The Female Athlete Triad is a term for a group of three conditions that commonly occur together, especially prevalent in young female athletes in endurance (ie. running) or dancing sports. Over-training, poor nutrition, genetic, and psychosocial factors can contribute. The…

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