Trivia and Tips Scientific literature and anecdotal experience tell us that getting older brings a litany of changes that may impact our running performance, among them, declining VO2 Max (the

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Similar to humans, dogs need daily exercise for their health and happiness. Walking or running is one way to get you both moving more. Keeping your dog fit and healthy

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Importance of Variety

Running may be the most utilized exercise modality. Why? Because no equipment is needed; everyone can do it; just go outside and run. Which is terrific because people today need

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Move.  Fuel.  Recover.  Connect.  ENDURE.

At last, we come to the final pillar of well-being in this stretched-out blog series: Endure. Arguably one of the most difficult items to conceptualize and conquer. Perhaps a more

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Popping In Our Joints

Do you have any joints that regularly crack or pop with movement or positional changes? So do I! The advice that I give my patients with this popping is pretty

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Why is hip mobility important?

Hip mobility is important because…… It allows muscles to function optimally. If the muscles can’t move a joint through a normal range, they’re missing out on opportunities to be stronger

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Occupational Safety

April 28th is the World Day for Safety & Health at Work, established by the International Labour Organization to promote the prevention of occupational accidents and diseases worldwide. The concept

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Exercise with a Purpose

I would like to dedicate this blog to a topic that can be a contributing factor to your fitness success; adding purpose and intention to your exercise by considering what

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Move.  Recover.  FUEL.  Endure.  Connect.

It’s mid-February already. Stereotypically, January is the time when a lot of people decide they need to make some healthy changes – whether or not they call them resolutions. Eating

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How I Saved My Vacation and What You Should Know About Relieving Acute Knee Pain Without Surgery.

  January in the Caribbean on a cruise ship.  I was sitting in a chair, watching the turquoise blue ocean, then I stood up and experienced, out of nowhere, acute

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