Archive for August, 2011

Post Show Report!

August 31, 2011

Paul and Max talk Tecmo Bowl, which Max has never heard of! How young is he anyway? Manny Pacquiao singing! Paul’s take on Maggie Vessey at the Track and Field World Championships. Plus, our one year anniversary is next week! The actual show will be posted on Friday.

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Gymnazo Gem: 4 Reasons Semi-Private Training Is So Popular

August 30, 2011

-Bridge the Gap Between Personal Training and Mass Training- Have you ever been suckered into a large yoga class or group Pilates class, with over 30 to 50 attendees crammed together trying to see the trainer’s movements, or see yourself in a mirror to make sure your form is right? The Dark Side of Popular [...]

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Doctor’s Orders: Hamstring Help

August 29, 2011

Many people complain of tightness in the hamstrings. Dysfuncitonal and tight hamstrings can cause varied symptoms including lower back, knee, and hip pain. Recently, I had a runner come in with pain in the front of her knee. After an evaluation, it was determined that much of her issue was found in her hamstring, especially [...]

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Jordan Hasay Interview: 2011 Season, Olympic Year Approach, Nutrition and More

August 28, 2011

Jordan Hasay interview on Living the Run Radio with Ryan Foran and Paul Terek. Jordan comes on in Part 2. We talk about her sophomore year at the University of Oregon, going for the double at the NCAA National Championships, her red-shirt plans for next season’s Olympic year, and more. Here’s another interview we did [...]

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Losing it With Kacie: Slimming Summer Salad

August 22, 2011

Replace some of your meat salads this summer with refreshing lower calorie salads that don’t include high fat ingredients such as mayonnaise.  Using spices and fruits added to corn, red potatoes, beans, or pasta can turn a boring salad into a wonderful taste experience and not add extra unwanted fat and calories.  A recent study shows [...]

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Gymnazo Gem: Health Care Reform: What Obama Has Not Considered

August 9, 2011

There has been a lot of hype and conversations since Obama took office on the issue of health care reform. (Don’t worry, this is not a political blog post!) No matter where you stand on nationalizing or privatizing health care, one thing we can all agree on… health care is a concern for many. As [...]

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Living the Run Radio Show 8-3-11

August 7, 2011

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Doctor’s Orders: Achilles Tendon and Calf Pain Relief

August 4, 2011

I recently have seen an influx of runners complaining of Achilles tendon and calf pain.  Achilles tendon pain can be the result of: • Excessive training volume • Excessive pronation of the medial longitudinal arches • Improper running technique • Running on uneven surfaces • Improper/worn footwear • Weakness/imbalance of lower extremity musculature Most commonly [...]

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Excouch Potato Turns Iron(wo)man: Happy New Year to Me!

August 1, 2011

  Samantha Pruitt On August 2nd this lucky Leo girl turns 42 years old and my new year begins. I’ve never have been defined by my age number nor afraid of its increasing annual tick tock. However, I have many friends who feel very differently about that clock. In fact they dread it. My fellow [...]

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