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Regular exercise for any sporting activity is recommended, but there is a limit to what your body can withstand. Learn more about how overtraining impacts your body.
Strength training 101 for running
By strength training twice a week, you can greatly reduce your chances of an injury. Questions every runner has include: what to lift, when to lift and how to recover.
Exercise Calorie Expenditures
Mowing the lawn? Cleaning the house? Calories can be burned in a variety of ways. Find out how many are burned while exercising or completing daily tasks.
Running Warm-Up and Stretches
Proper warm-up routines and stretching exercises are key to staying healthy when preparing for a run. These 11 exercises will get your blood flowing and muscles warm.
If you are currently in pain from activities such as running or throwing a ball, this injury assessment with a Licensed Athletic Trainer will provide you with the tools and knowledge to getting you back in the game.
iPerform prevention: ACL injury prevention
Designed by Prevea Sports Medicine’s leading experts, this comprehensive program helps coaches guide their athletes through building the strength, coordination and flexibility that’s critical for preventing injuries.
Track Your Success
You may have heard that if you burn 3,500 calories you’ll lose one pound, or that losing weight is as simple as “calories in versus calories burned”. But do you know how many calories are in the foods you’re eating or how much you burn out for a walk?
Get Active in 2018!
If you haven't been physically active in a while, you may be wondering how to get started again.
Winter workout checklist
Are you ready for the cold? Here are some helpful tips to prepare you for running, walking and exercising throughout the cold winter months.
Maybe you're very active or you're considering starting an activity - for whatever activity you are getting ready for, there are a few basic training principles that apply to all physical activities.
Learn how to set achievable, yet challenging goals that will help you succeed that much faster.
The Importance of Core
In athletes, most overuse injuries are related in some way to a dysfunction in the core musculature. If you want to exercise to the best of your ability, you must make sure your core is working at its best.
Exercise Strong With Strong Glutes
When we exercise, our glutes help us to stabilize our pelvis and our hips. Building the glutes will increase your power as you exercise. Here are a few exercises to help you be injury-free while you train.
Core Strengthening with TRX
Do you experience back pain while being active? Back pain and faltering form could mean you need to strengthen your core muscles. TRX will greatly help strengthen your core.
Importance of Cross Training
Cross training is a great way to condition different muscles groups and reduce the risk of injury from repetitive strain or overuse.
Treadmill vs. Road
Many runners debate the question, "should I train on a treadmill or on the road?" Here are a few things to consider when making your decision between running on a treadmill or running outside.
Core Strengthening Exercises
A well-functioning core protects your spine, hips, knees and ankles and creates a fluent and efficient movement. Try these exercises to help strengthen your core.
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