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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…
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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…
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Free Injury Prevention Talk at RE, Feb 12th

Will 2014 be the year you run without an injury? Make the most of your running season with an interactive, cutting edge, real world injury prevention presentation. Wednesday, February 12th at 6pm at the Runners Edge Presented…
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Knee Pain & Running: Tips for Prevention & Treatment

The knee joint allows for fluid running and the cadence or turnover required for efficient running.  The knee is a modified hinge joint which means it has some accessory rotation which is allowed by the asymmetrical joint shape and muscular…
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Upper Body Strength for Runners: Make a Resolution for Injury Prevention & Performance

All one has to do is search the internet to see the endless ways one can address running injury prevention and performance.  Unfortunately, much of the information publicly available lacks any true functional value. Training programs which…
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Top Ten Off-Season Tips For Runners

December represents the month during which many of us reflect on the past running season. The thought of 2014 is refreshing as the New Year presents a blank slate of opportunity. 2013 was an exciting year for running in Missoula, Montana. The…