Benefits of Treadmills VS Outdoor Runningby Scott Anderson • September 02, 2021
Many new runners and seasoned athletes alike have a preference for the way in which they clock up the miles, whether it be outdoors or on a treadmill. While there is no denying that either option is far better than no exercise at all, there are benefits and drawbacks to each of them
Strength Training at Home Without Equipmentby Scott Anderson • August 19, 2021
Adjusting to the new normal of staying home, people also learned they don’t need to invest in an expensive, all-encompassing at-home gym. In fact, many strength workouts can be done in the comfort of one’s own home with no or very little equipment.
Tibial Sesamoiditisby Scott Anderson • August 12, 2021
Sesamoid bones are behind the big toe joint hidden under the bone. They are small pea-shaped structures that are embedded in the tendon and it’s name is derived from their small shape and similarity to sesame seeds.
Support For Wide Feetby Scott Anderson • August 05, 2021
Having wide feet is more common than you think! Whether you were born with wide feet or if they have broadened as you have aged, it can be a struggle to find that perfect shoe for you.
Do Cleats Improve Your Performance?by Anna Heston • July 15, 2021
Athletic shoes with spikes sticking out from the sole are known as cleats. They are often seen on soccer and football players but are common in several other sports as well. The point of the spiked shoes is to provide traction on the field, which can become slippery after a rain or just be generally unpredictable as a surface since most fields have natural grass.
Athlete's Foot Treatmentby Anna Heston • July 08, 2021
If you’re an active person who spends a lot of time on your feet and inside of your shoes you may have had the experience of dealing with athlete’s foot. What most people refer to as athlete's foot is actually a fungal infection known as tinea pedis
Hiking In The Heatby Anna Heston • June 24, 2021
With temperatures across the country teasing record highs this summer, now is a great time to review some tips for hiking in the heat. From dehydration to heat cramps, a lot can go wrong when you don’t plan ahead but with a little forethought, there is no reason to be stuck inside on hot days.
Hydration Options For Hot Daysby Anna Heston • June 10, 2021
Now that the days are getting longer and hotter, many of us have found that our usual walks, hikes, and runs require more water. Hydration is important for comfort but is absolutely essential for health on hot days.
Treating Ingrown Toenailsby Anna Heston • May 27, 2021
Toenails seem simple enough to take care of but sometimes things can go wrong, and the result can be very painful. One of the most common issues that people experience with their toenails is treating ingrown nails. An ingrown toenail is a nail that has grown into the skin of the toe.
When To Replace Your Running Shoesby Anna Heston • May 13, 2021
First, this really depends on how often you run. Because of this, the conventional answer is every 300-500 miles, not a measurement of time. But not everyone tracks their running distance that closely, and 300-500 miles is still a big range, so it’s important to look for the signs.
Hallux Rigidus Treatmentby Anna Heston • May 06, 2021
Hallux rigidus is essentially a painful, stiff big toe. This source of the problem is located in the joint at the base of the toe, where the toe meets the foot. Hallux rigidus is a progressive condition, meaning that it gets worse over time. At first the toe might feel painful and difficult to move but over time, it may not move at all.
Peroneal Tendonitis Treatmentby Anna Heston • April 29, 2021
Although anyone can experience peroneal tendonitis, it is more prevalent among runners. Because these tendons help to stabilize the ankle when it is bearing weight, as well as help to stabilize the arch of the foot, they are well situated for overuse injuries.
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