Coach B is back with notes from the injury bench. Anyone who has dealt with injury will feel this one. Read on!Read More
As athletes, we lean on movement not only as our physical outlet, but often times as a therapeutic outlet. So what happens when that outlet is forcibly removed? B is using her downtime to explore the impacts of injury, and how we can approach the experience as an invitation to restore balance.
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As the miles increase, so does your injury risk. Luckily, a little conscious correction of all your pavement pounding will help to keep you running healthy…Read More
One of the things we love most about winter is that it’s a great time to cross-train — to mix up your training and create balance that will support you when it's go time. Yoga builds functional — practical — flexibility and strength because it works the body as an integrated unit. This, ultimately, helps to optimize your performance in any sport or workout. So, as we head into a new year, embrace the nasty weather outside as an opportunity to roll out your mat inside and set the tone for a balanced 2015.Read More
Whether you're a runner or cyclist, skier or snowboarder, winter is a great time to cross-train. This 4-week series will help you "Hit Reset" with practical injury prevention and recovery techniques that will balance your strength and flexibility — as well as effort and ease — and optimize your performance in 2015, no matter where your active lifestyle takes you.Read More
Lets face it: We are creatures of habit. Mostly, we sit, walk, run, and, well, sit some more. Our movement (and lack thereof) and resulting posture is all very forward-oriented — the front of the body (especially across hips and chest) is shortened, the upper back is overstretched, and the head cranes forward. This is not a very balanced way of being in or using our bodies. More importantly, whether you’re a runner, cyclist, or office warrior, if you fail to remind your body what’s possible aside from all that flopping forward, it will literally forget.Read More