running for speed

Speed Kills!

Speed Kills! One of the greatest performance indicators for any sport is speed – pure and simple. Whether you’re a team, sprint, field, or endurance, the faster athlete will always have the advantage. However, that isn’t to say that speed is the only characteristic...
Resisted running

Resisted Running – A Tool for Everyone

Resisted Running – A Tool for Everyone Resisted running | Typically relegated to sprinting individual athletes, resisted running is a novel method of creating additional demands for running. The academic literature is not entirely sold on whether resisted...
March is National Athletic Training Month

Athletic Trainers Rock Sports Medicine

  Athletic trainers (also known as ATs or ATCs) are highly qualified, multi-skilled healthcare professionals who specialize in preventing, diagnosing, and treating musculoskeletal injuries and illnesses. Their scope of practice typically entails primary care,...

Don’t Trip – Running With Drop Foot

Foot drop is a reduction in ankle dorsiflexion during the swing phase of gait, preventing flexing up the foot at the ankle. Runners experiencing “drop foot” typically alter their gait to compensate for the lack of mobility, which could cause other problems...
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