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  • April 28, 2009

    When the shoe hits the ground

    When your foot hits the ground, the impact is felt all the way up the kinetic chain. We have learned through previous blog entries that excessive or inefficient movement can cause many running related ailments. We can stretch and we can strengthen to create optimal movement but we can’t forget about…

    Posted in: Bellin Health Sports Medicine  |  0 Comments

  • April 23, 2009

    A little Self Assessment

    Your In! I have got you to commit to a goal, you have challenged a couple of friends to join you in your quest to walk, run or race you way thru a 10K. You have laced up your shoes and hit the road for a couple of runs, and for the first couple of weeks you’ve felt great. You are now about a month…

    Posted in: Training  |  0 Comments

  • March 31, 2009

    Born to run, or built to run?

    “I run to stay healthy.” “I want to fit into a size smaller jeans.” “I run to feel good about myself.” “I run because it is my time to think, reflect and de-stress.” “Hello, swimsuit seasons coming!!” “I run so I can eat whatever I want!” The variety of answers you get to a simple…

    Posted in: Runner's Profiles  |  0 Comments

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