• Off-Season Training for Marathon Runners
    Off-Season Training for Marathon Runners

    Woman running along a wooded trail wearing a knee brace

    Competitive runners are by nature mentally and physically tough. In other words, external conditions, distractions, internal emotions, and weather conditions rarely inhibit their performance. The traits that make runners more apt to be mighty individuals, include:

    • Focus - which enables them to tune in to the job at hand. 
    • Preparation - which gives them the strength and knowledge to stay mentally ready.
    • Flexibility - is the state of bouncing back in spite of poor performance, pain, or adversity.
    • Teachability - means the athlete listens to all possibilities, takes feedback, and learn
  • All You Need to Know About Foot Pain
    All You Need to Know About Foot Pain

    They say you don't know how valuable something is to you until you lose it or it does not function properly anymore. If you are living with foot pain, then you know how true that saying is. It's difficult accomplishing the basic necessities of life when dealing with foot pain. We put all of our weight on our feet when we get out of bed in the morning and move from one room to the next. So, when foot pain strikes it can cause quite a disruption to our day. Actually, it can seem like our whole life is put on hold when one or both of our feet are experiencing pain. What can be done to resolve this problem quickly? Why does foot pain even occur? Is foot pain all caused by the same condition? Let's take a look at these and other questions you likely have on your mind.

  • Plantar Fasciitis: How to Deal With the Constant Foot Pain
    Plantar Fasciitis: How to Deal With the Constant Foot Pain

    If you've found this article, you or someone you care about is probably dealing with daily foot pain. While there is the normal variety of reasons why a foot might heart, in the online world, you will find that the terms "foot pain" and "plantar fasciitis" are treated as direct synonyms. Articles about foot pain almost always include this condition and those who suffer from it find themselves doing a lot of internet searching. The reason for this is because plantar fasciitis is the most common reason for a foot to hurt without an obvious cause like a recent injury and for long-term foot pain that doesn't go away within a usual recovery time. If you, a friend, or a loved one has been experiencing sharp foot pain along the bottom and heel of one or both feet every time you step down, chances that the cause is plantar fasciitis.