Why I’m Proud to Be a Heel-Striker
Today, we’re going to talk about a topic that’s near and dear to my heart – heel striking. Now, I know what you’re thinking –
The Spine: Choose Resiliency Over Protection
The human spine is a complex structure consisting of four main regions: cervical, thoracic, lumbar, and sacral. Unfortunately, many healthcare providers tend to treat the
Have You Heard Of A Pessary?
Have you heard of a pessary? Do you have feelings of pressure and heaviness in the vagina at the end of the day or when
What Should I Know About A Vaginal Delivery After Cesarean Section?
What should I know about a Vaginal Delivery After Cesarean Section? Are you a mama that had a cesarean section but is now looking into
Is It Best To Run Intervals Based On Pace, Heart Rate OR Effort Level?
Let’s start with a quick story. Last year, I participated in the Hilton Head 5k in South Carolina. As I started my warm-up, I realized
Not All Injuries Require Rest
Rest Isn’t Always The Answer Sustaining an injury can be a frustrating experience, especially when the recommended course of action involves nothing more than rest
It’s Normal For These Things To Change
It’s normal for these things to change on a daily basis: How fast you feel How strong you feel How confident you feel How resilient
What’s The Best Way To Warm Up For Runners?
I get this question a lot… “What’s the best way to warm up for runners?” It depends! You don’t NEED to “warm up” before you
3 Things To Improve Outcomes With A Running Injury
3 Things To Improve Outcomes With A Running Injury Minimize time off from running: It’s okay to take a few days off here and there
4 Tips For How To Take Care of “Down There”
Getting to know your own anatomy and feeling comfortable discussing what is normal and not normal is an important part of addressing pelvic floor dysfunction.