5 Things Hikers Should Do In The Off Season
Many hikers find themselves entering the warmer months with big ambitions but little to no fitness. Hiking fitness is very important and not only greatly
Stretching Isn’t Doing What You Think It’s Doing
Static stretching is the most common form of stretching that I see misused. It seems like it’s been ingrained into the minds of all active
Mythbusters! Pelvic Floor Edition – Part 1
MythBusters! Pelvic Floor Edition- Part 1 Have you recently been scrolling on social media while “sittervising” your kids at Twin Silos or Spring Creek Canyon
What Is Dry Needling?
What Is Dry Needling? What We Already Know: If you’ve heard someone talk about “needling” or “dry needling,” you may be curious about what
Speedwork Does Benefit Ultrarunners
Ultrarunners are used to going long and slow. That’s exactly what most people are doing during ultras anyway. When it comes to training specificity, that’s
Why Did I Start Leaking at 50!? Overcoming Leaking!
As a healthcare professional, I recently had a patient named Anna* who came to me for a pelvic floor evaluation. Anna is a 50-year-old woman
So You’ve Been Given The Direction To Stop Running By Your Doctor
So you’ve been given the direction to STOP RUNNING by your Doctor… Many of us runners have been so frustrated by an injury, we eventually
Is There A Right Or Wrong Way To Do An Exercise?
People make it seem like common sense that there are inherently “good” and “bad” ways to do exercises. I frequently hear things like … “squatting
Do you have a “tight” pelvic floor? Get those muscles to relax!
So, you’ve been doing research on the internet and have diagnosed yourself with an “overactive” or “hypertonic” or “tight pelvic floor” – now what? How
Training for YOUR running goals
With years of experience as a physical therapist working with injured runners, it is clear to me that we are not all getting the same