If you have seen someone leaning on a cart in the grocery store because they can’t walk without the cart then that person is likely suffering with back pain and sciatica.
Turn off your run do-dads. I love my Fitbit and mapmyrun apps but they are take focus away from being right here in the moment.
Yes, back pain during pregnancy is common…but not necessarily normal. Your body is changing…your baby is growing…
Do you suffer with back pain or leg pain when you stand or walk?
Do you have pain when you sit for long periods or drive?
Do you experience pain, numbness or tingling into your butt, groin or down your leg?
Does your back ever “go out” if you move the wrong way?
Are you afraid your pain will get worse if you don’t do anything about it?
In general, it takes to 4 to 8 weeks to go through the first 2 phases of healing (no pain, all movement and strength back to normal).
Good core strength is something that can be easily taken for granted until it is lost. In this month’s article I want to explore what is the “core” and why it is so important to runners and just human beings in general.
If your goal is to stay injury free while striving toward your next health or fitness goals this summer, here are five tips to practice when exercising!
Humans, just like all other living things, require food and water to live. To live well, though, your body requires “good” food or, more precisely, a healthy eating plan rich in nutrients.
A personal trainer is your key to reaching your health and fitness goals. Get this expert in exercise and strength training working in your corner to enhance your workouts, motivate you, and increase your success of obtaining your body-related goals.
You have ran a few races and it was great! Now you have decided just running is not getting you to your goal. You need to be FASTER! Trust me, I totally understand! Here are my personal favorite workouts to speed up your times.
Have you ever had pain on the bottom of your feet when you took those first few steps in the morning? It seemed to go away after a few minutes but then you sat down to have your morning coffee, stood up, and it was back. But after a few steps seems to ease off. Do your feet ever throb at night when you get off of them? If this sounds like you this might be a common running injury called plantar fasciitis.