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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Strength Training to Prevent Injury in Runners

Running-related injuries are incredibly common among participants, prompting interest in the development of injury-prevention strategies. Despite this fact, however, there has been little substantive research performed in the arena of

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Strength Training For Runners

As a physical therapist, I’ve noticed that elite runners look very different today than in the 80’s when I ran competitively. They have more muscles and more efficient strides. Strength

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Monitoring Running Workload to Prevent Injury

“How far should I run?” “How often?” “How will I know that my training is too much?” “Not enough?” If you are a runner, chances are that you’ve thought about

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Strong muscles doesn’t mean smart muscles

Patients often come into the clinic with pain in some joint, whether it is spine, knee, hip, shoulder, etc though they haven’t done anything out of the ordinary. Their daily

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