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Winter Cross Training For Runners: Why Clamshells & Squats Are Not Enough

Winter in the Northern Rockies is synonymous with snow, ice, and abundant recreational opportunities. Whether you are a die-hard winter runner, or spend your free time skiing or snowboarding, strength training should be included in your winter…
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Ankle and Lower Leg Functional Changes with Age: Implications for Running Efficiency and Injury Prevention

A September 9, 2015 article in the New York Times brought to the forefront the work of Paul DeVita, a professor of kinesiology at East Carolina University in Greenville, N.C., and president of the American Society of Biomechanics. Dr. DeVita’s…
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Post Exercise Fueling - The 30 Minute Window of Opportunity: Coaching Tips by Nicole Hunt

Did you know Nicole was the winner of Run Wild Missoula's Diva Day this past Saturday? Congrats, Nicole! Want to know more about this speedy lady's running career? Click here. Nicole also has a coaching business. For more information, please…
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Video Running Analysis for Performance and Injury Prevention

September marks the beginning of the fall running season. Smoke-filled skies will soon give way to clear, frost-covered mornings. While fall offers some of Missoula’s best running conditions, nine months of running miles often results in fall…