Title: Returning to Run After An Injury

If you are a runner, like myself, chances are you’ve probably sustained a running-related injury.  As I mentioned in my last blog, “The Big 6 Running-Related Injuries and How PT Can Help,” 75% of runners a year will sustain a running-related injury.  I personally...
Training for an Ironman Triathlon: What Does it Take?

Training for an Ironman Triathlon: What Does it Take?

What is a Triathlon? If you’re reading this, you probably fit into 1 of 2 categories: The “I know what an Ironman is, and I’m curious about how to train for it” or the “What even is a Triathlon and isn’t an Ironman a Marvel Superhero?”. Regardless, I’m here to clear...

Workout Format Variation

Are you tired of repeating the same old workouts? Or just feeling unmotivated to exercise in general? If this sounds like you, it might be time to rejuvenate your workout routine. Varying your workout can help avoid plateaus and mental fatigue, increase motivation,...
Maximize Your Run with an Impactful Warm-Up

Maximize Your Run with an Impactful Warm-Up

Why Warming-Up Matters Running before warming-up is like driving a car on a cold engine. Easy enough to do but can result in an inefficient or potentially harmful experience. Our muscles are elastic, so gradually loosening them helps our body become pliable before...
Trail Running

Trail Running

Let’s talk about running! I am an avid runner who enjoys racing and, more importantly, training with friends. After years of living in the city, running on pavement was all I knew. It wasn’t until moving back to the Hudson Valley in 2017 that I discovered...