Entries by meg


Running And Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness

Delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS) is a familiar condition to most runners. Whether you are new to running, a casual runner, or a competitive runner, delayed onset muscle soreness has likely caused you to hobble around for a few days. DOMS is usually experienced within 27 to 48 hours after a high intensity or high mileage […]


Runner of the Month: April 2014

Name:  John Wicks     Age:  43 Hometown:  Bainbridge Island, WA Currently Living:  Missoula, MT How Many Years Have You Been Running:  4 Miles Run Per Week:  Strangely enough, I actually log more miles when I’m on tour with the band than when I’m at home.  On the road I’ll do upwards of 80 to 100 miles per week, here at […]


Hip Flexor Imbalance & Running Overuse Injuries

Running overuse injuries impact nearly 50% of runners annually.   Preventing running injuries requires wise training, consistent strength training, and adequate muscle length to insure proper joint motion.  When a running overuse injury does occur, listening to your body and seeking appropriate medical advice will shorten your running interruption. As a physical therapist and a runner, […]

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Dirt Track on Kim Williams to be Resurfaced

Want better access to a rubberized track? The Hellgate High School Track & Field program is planning on resurfacing the dirt track by the Kim Williams trail. To get this project rolling, they need your help! Donate, or better yet, come out and get a 3 mile run in on Friday, March 28th! The Knight […]