Most runners, at some point in time, have had some sort of injury to the ribcage. Usually this limits our ability to take those nice deep breaths we all enjoy while running. This article will discuss some of the more common rib injuries. Continue reading Rib Pain
After breaking 3:10 for the marathon in June, I set my sights at the sub-3 marathon, a lifelong ambition of mine. Unsure if my present training was adequate for that level of running, I followed a recommendation from some other runners and purchased the book “Brain Training for Runners” by Matt Fitzgerald. Continue reading Book Review: Brain Training for Runners
…isn’t always what you’ve got.
One of the more involved discussions that I have with patients is going over what their x-ray or MRI findings mean, especially when the radiologist mentions arthritis. For runners, this is a bit of a hot button topic because Continue reading Arthritis: What You See…
Many of us are now in the time of year where the colder weather is approaching as fast as the dark evening hours, and the beginning of winter is issuing a challenge to runners everywhere to find the time and the motivation to get out and run. Continue reading Cold Weather Running
It’s not all about the clothes; sometimes, it is all about the accessories. This silver pendant says Continue reading Retail Therapy: I Run Like A Girl Silver Pendant
The Olympics are Underway
I can’t begin to highlight all of the articles related to the Olympics. The printed media are full of articles related to the environmental conditions in Beijing. It’s also difficult to keep up with last minute withdrawals and suspensions. There are three worth noting, however. Continue reading Your Running News Roundup
I happen to be in Washington, DC for this Independence Day weekend, and how better to celebrate than an early morning run.
Of course, you are reading this on July 4th, the traditional Independence Day Continue reading Running on Independence Day
There is plenty of advice here, and on other websites, about how to improve your running. But what do you do on those days when nothing seems to work?
You know what I mean. Continue reading iPlod