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ReActive Hosts Run Clinic Wednesday Evening

ReActive Hosts Run Clinic Wednesday Evening

posted by Brandon

Have you ever wanted more than 5 minutes to ask a health care professional your burning running questions? How about a health care professional that is also Kona Ironman? 

Training

Post-Run Routine

Post-Run Routine

posted by Brandon

This post-run routine is not for those who want to train less and run faster, or get fit in three 20-minute workouts per week. This 37-minute routine tackles your core PROPERLY,  Full Article »

Running Drills

Heel Walks Drill

Heel Walks Drill

posted by Brandon

This drill is great for beginners and professionals alike. Walking on your heels increases your ability to keep your foot dorsi-flexed throughout your running stride. Furthermore, it can prevent shin  Full Article »

Strength Training

Triceps Extension With Band

Triceps Extension With Band

posted by Chan

This exercise is great if you are looking to tone up your triceps otherwise known as your ‘under-arm’. As distance runners, using bands is great because it creates long, lean  Full Article »

Core Training

Reverse Crunch

Reverse Crunch

posted by Brandon

The reverse crunch is a simple exercise, yet crucial to creating a strong and functional core for running. You can perform this exercise on the ground or hanging from a  Full Article »

Training

What Is Your Favorite Post Run Exercise?

What Is Your Favorite Post Run Exercise?

posted by Brandon

We are in the midst of creating a post-run routine for young, old, fast, and middle-of-the-packers. This is merely a preliminary list, and we would like to know if you  Full Article »

Injury Prevention

Injury Management

Injury Management

posted by Bob

Over a long enough period of time, the injury rate for all runners is 100%. And while the greatest gains are achieved through long bouts of uninterrupted training, sometimes we  Full Article »

Nutrition

Clarifying the Amount of Protein in an Athlete’s Diet

Clarifying the Amount of Protein in an Athlete’s Diet

posted by Jennifer

By far, the most commonly asked question I receive when counseling an athlete or delivering a nutrition talk is clarifying the “right” amount of protein an athlete should be eating  Full Article »

Core Training

Fire Hydrants

Fire Hydrants

posted by Brandon

Fire Hydrants are yet another phenomenal exercise dedicated to glute activation. Keep in mind that a thorough stretch following this exercise is recommended as with any strengthening exercise. Preparation: Begin  Full Article »

Strength Training

Rock ‘n’ Pull

posted by Brandon

If you are in search of a total body workout, grab your yoga mat and exercise band ‘cause this workout will ‘ROCK’ YOUR WORLD!

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