Science on the Run: Whip Those Glutes Into Shape!

By |2015-03-18T13:59:51-04:00March 18th, 2015|Biomechanics, Injury Prevention/Treatment|

Linking current research to running By Nikki Reiter Glute weakness is often considered one of the main culprits of running injuries. Run too much without the muscular support of the pelvis and core, and BAM! – IT band issues, patellofemoral pain, shin splints, foot pain, etc. Statistically, it has probably happened to each of us […]

Running While Breastfeeding: Helpful Tips For Competitive Mamas

By |2015-03-11T15:06:14-04:00March 11th, 2015|Training tips|

By Heidi Peoples Recently, running mothers have gained attention because of elites like Kara Goucher, Paula Radcliffe, and Deena Kastor. Goucher has written several articles on how she balances running and motherhood as an elite athlete. However, none of these women mention or discuss the challenges of breastfeeding while trying to maintain a rigorous training/racing routine.

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