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Posts Tagged ‘Running San Diego’

  “Choosing the Right Brand of Athletic Tape / Kinesiotape” There are many different types of sports tape/ kinesiotape on the market today.  Years ago “White Athletic Tape” was the gold standard in the athletic training world.  As of recently, that tape had been replace by new and improved “Kinesiotape” or “K-tape”.  This new tape […]

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Map:http://home.trainingpeaks.com/athlete/workout/OXATUJGUNSXCAYUASCJ2ZNZRKA Start your run in Pine Valley off Pine Creek Road at the Noble Canyon trail head.  This trail will bring you all the way to 5500 feet at Sunrise Highway near the turnout called Penny Pines.  There is a water pump at the top to get fresh water but I recommend you bring enough […]

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I examined a young female runner yesterday.  It seems at the Chicago Marathon the outside of her knee started getting extremely painful at mile 20.  It was severe enough that she went to the medical tent.  They could not help her so she sucked it up, crushed the last 6 miles and qualified for Boston!  […]

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What Are Plantar Plate Sprains? Plantar Plate sprains are a common disorder that affects runners of all ages and run all distances.  Runners will typically describe intense pain near their 2nd through 4th toes in the ball of the foot that gets worse while walking or running. Read on for more information, or see our […]

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Zenzah leg Compression sleeves are great for someone who wants support for both the calf and shin. They are very comfortable,wick away moisture and are ultra- breathable. Leg compression sleeves provide increase circulation and increase oxygen blood flow for increased performance. They also come in a lot of different colors. I usually don’t like having […]

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Woman Running

Sorry boys, but the statistics don’t lie, women are taking over the course in endurance events. In recent years, there has been a boom in the running industry. In everything from 5Ks to mud runs to ultra marathons, running has proven to be a recession proof sport. Along with this surge in events, women have […]

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I examined a young female triathlete yesterday.  She complained of years of knee pain.  She had been to doctors, had MRI’s (negative), been through months of physical therapy (no help) and to a chiropractor who took X-rays of her back and told her she was crooked.  The Chiropractor told her her hip was twisted and […]

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Yesterday, Paul and I ran on the west side of Lake Hodges. I ran 8 miles and Paul did the full half marathon course where Dirt Devil Racing holds their annual half marathon in April. I had to cut my run short because I had lots of homework waiting for me. I always find time […]

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I usually run to Lake Hodges and then run around in there and then run back home. I’ve been noticing it’s getting colder so I’ve been wearing layers on my top half. The other day, however, I made it down to Lake Hodges and thought for sure my legs were going to freeze off. I […]

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San Diego Running Institute is very excited to be a local partner for the 2012 San Diego edition of the Shape Diva Dash! If you haven’t heard, this is going to be the greatest women’s only obstacle race you have ever experienced. Check out all the information from the inaugural Austin race at their website […]

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Good habits start young, and if you love running as much as we do, you likely want your little ones to share your enthusiasm for the sport. By running, you model healthy behavior for your kids—and decrease their risk of obesity and other health issues that stem from an inactive lifestyle. So how can you […]

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It’s no secret that we’re crazy about trail running events in San Diego and the sport in general, but we know that it takes some people a little coaxing to get into running. After all, it can be hard—but if you are a runner you know that it is all worth it! Here are five […]

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