Are you thinking about taking up running, but you are not sure how to begin and whether you should begin at all? First of all, you are never too old to start running. Age is more of a matter of how you feel and not just a number, so don’t be afraid to take up
If you have already decided to start training for marathons or other events, this means that you have to begin with a plan. Also, you need to devise your training plans and sort out your exercise routines to kick off the initial step of becoming a runner. If you have signed up for the biggest
Thinking of taking up running? Great! Running not only strengthens your legs and feet, but your heart and lungs too. Considered a high-impact exercise because technically both feet can be off the ground at the same time, running offers an aerobic cardiovascular workout that gets your heart rate up and makes you sweat. What should
Running benefits the mind and the body. Although the prospect of running a race can be intimidating if you have never exercised regularly, entering a 5k can be a great way to challenge yourself to get fit. Once you start running regularly, you will be surprised how quickly your body adapts to its new challenge.
What do you think almost every runner has in common? Knee Pain! Nearly half of all overuse injuries occur in the knee, so it’s crucial to care for the muscles that affect this important joint, especially for runners. In this post, Board certified myofascial trigger point therapist, Jen Liu, CMTPT, LMT focuses on the Quadriceps