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Injury Prevention

Top 5 Running Injuries: #2 Iliotibial Band Syndrome

Top 5 Running Injuries: #2 Iliotibial Band Syndrome

posted by Karen

See Also: Top 5 Running Injuries #1: Runners Knee So your running along one sunny Sunday morning, the wind is flowing through your hair and your body feels great –or  Full Article »

Core Training

Runners Need Strong Glutes

Runners Need Strong Glutes

posted by Gareth

How much attention do you give your butt?  While this question is rarely discussed in our running circles, it is a question that deserves much attention.  Runners of all calibers  Full Article »

Injury Prevention

Top 5 Running Injuries: #1 Runners Knee

Top 5 Running Injuries: #1 Runners Knee

posted by Karen

See also: Top 5 Running Injuries: #2 Iliotibial Band Syndrome (ITBS) What is it? Patellar femoral pain syndrome (PFPS), or “Runners knee” is the number one cited injury for runners  Full Article »

Core Training

Hip Strengthening Routine

Hip Strengthening Routine

posted by Chantelle

Our core (AKA: lumbo-pelvic hip complex) is home to our center of gravity and therefore plays a major role in the neuromuscular efficiency of the entire kinetic chain.

Core Training

Clams
Mar 8, 2011 Ξ 5 Comments on Clams

Clams

posted by Brandon

Runners typically have weak gluteus medius muscles, more technically referred to as ‘weak bums’. Clams are a great glute activation exercise.

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