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Back in the Game: 14 Mile Training Run! by Anne P. Posted Mon 14 Oct 2013 10:24am I have some great news, my friends: I ran 14 miles on Saturday and my foot felt fine!!! Thank you to all of you for the helpful advice ! After reading all the comments, I decided that if my foot still hurt when I got up on Saturday I would do a pool run instead of a normal run. If it didn’t hurt or I just barely felt it, I would attempt a ... Read on »
A Double Workout: Track Training & Walleyball! by Anne P. Posted Wed 22 Feb 2012 9:01am Good morning, friends! Yesterday’s workout was in two parts. I had an intramural walleyball game at 5:45, so I decided that instead of getting up to run before class, I would combine my workouts and do a track workout in the evening before walleyball. Efficiency AND a chance to sleep in? I’m sold. I arrived at the track around 5:15, so ... Read on »
Let the Summer Games Begin! by Dr. Kim .. Naturopathic DoctorHealth Maven Posted Fri 27 Jul 2012 5:54pm The Summer Olympic Games are about to begin today which I know is exciting for many of you humans. My Mom loves to especially watch the gymnastics, diving, and all the short distance running events. Well I want you to know I have been training furiously myself all during this summer and I want to share with you my regimen. It’s im ... Read on »
The "Great Eight" Reasons for Basketball Mobility Training by Eric C. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 4:30pm When it really comes down to it, regardless of the sport in question, the efficient athlete will always have the potential to be the best player on the court, field, ice, or track. Ultimately, knowledge of the game and technical prowess will help to separate the mediocre from the great, but that is not to say that physical abilities do not pla ... Read on »
Bluegrass State Games Results and A Few Thoughts by Scott K. Patient Expert Posted Mon 21 Jul 2008 10:02am Well, the Bluegrass State Games for which I’ve spent the last three months training have come and gone. Here are my times and places by event: 100m Dash - 11.65 (3rd of 4) 200m Dash - 24.64 (3rd of 4) 400m Dash - 57.75 (2nd of 2) 4 x 100m Relay - 45.24 (2nd of 4) You can click on the links to see video footage if you’re ... Read on »
Should Pitchers Distance Run? What the Research Says. by Eric C. Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 22 Aug 2012 11:01am Today's guest blog comes from current CP intern, Rob Rabena.  Rob recently completed his master's thesis research on the effects of interval training versus steady state aerobic training on pitching performance in Division 2 pitchers.  He's in a great position to fill us in on the latest research with respect to the distance running for pitchers ... Read on »
Metabolic Training Improves Speed Endurance by Mark D. Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 6:39am Use metabolic training to improve your speed endurance. Interval training for speed endurance is different than regular speed training. Speed endurance sprint intervals last from 30 seconds to 3 minutes. Also, recovery time is reduced to prevent complete recovery by the athlete. Here is an example of speed endurance training: Shuttles - ... Read on »
Metabolic Speed Training Improves Performance by Mark D. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 20 Dec 2010 6:08pm Use metabolic speed training to improve your performance and speed endurance in your sport. If you can maintain a higher level of speed (for a longer period of time) than your opponent during the game, you will win. Tired, exhausted teams in the 4th quarter will lose games. Interval training for speed endurance is diffe ... Read on »
Irondog Triathlon Training by Dr. Kim .. Naturopathic DoctorHealth Maven Posted Sun 02 Jun 2013 1:14pm Okay I REALLY don’t have all this extra time but I thought this little spoof video on the “Ironman Triathlon” as “IronDOG Triathlon” could potentially be used to inspire people a bit. How you ask? Well, because of King I have had to REALLY get out of my comfort zone again. I used to run 5-6 miles per day for years. But after we m ... Read on »
Sprinting at 28 - My Training Regimen and A Shift in Dietary Needs by Scott K. Patient Expert Posted Fri 09 May 2008 11:32am 1 Comment Last year, I planned to run in the 100m, 200m, and 400m events at the Bluegrass State Games. Unfortunately, in May, I dislocated my shoulder another couple times and had to go in for surgery in June. That pretty much kept me from being able to do anything very hard through about September. Well, this year I’m going to a) keep my shoulde ... Read on »