Interview: Pinning Down Professional Spartan Racer Rose Wetzel
September 24, 2014

Interview: Pinning Down Professional Spartan Racer Rose Wetzel

Editor’s Note: This is part 1 of 2 in our series of interviews with Rose Wetzel. Please check back next week for part 2. To learn more about Rose, visit her website at RoseRunnerSports.com or on Twitter @rosewetzel Anyone who is familiar with historical Spartans (or even the pop culture spartans of recent movies like 300) … Read More

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Understanding and Eliminating Knee Pain
September 18, 2014

Understanding and Eliminating Knee Pain

Why endure chronic knee pain from soccer, running, cycling, gardening and other activities of daily living when you could take steps to eliminate the problem? It is estimated that Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome (PFPS) affects between 25-30% of individuals between the ages of 19-30 in a given year1 and between 50-85% of female runners will experience some … Read More

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When “Failure” Comes Unexpectedly
September 10, 2014

When “Failure” Comes Unexpectedly

Occasionally, certain situations or events in life can’t be controlled, but it’s how you react to them that truly determines success. -Dr. Curt Rindal One of the amazing things about living in the Pacific Northwest is our proximity to the great outdoors, and one of the great geographical icons in the area is Mount Rainier. … Read More

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Can Kinesio Tape play a role in your injury recovery?
September 5, 2014

Can Kinesio Tape play a role in your injury recovery?

That bright colored tape that you have seen on athletes on television is not just for show. Kinesiology tape is a complement to manual therapy and rehabilitation and can play a valuable role in recovery from acute and chronic conditions. Many different brands exist including RockTape, Kinesiotape, PerformTex and others.  Here are some common questions … Read More

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