This article comes from the Pain Management and Injury Relief Medical Center in Santa Monica. In order to perform optimally, you must recover efficiently – whether that be from injury or just normally-occurring Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS)! A little hint to anyone aspiring to be an athlete, or just live a fitter life: this is the same cycle of treatment that we would through the NCAA Div. 1 Soccer Program at my college. It is also the same process that I use today as I train for Ironman 70.3 with Team Challenge and the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of America! I hope you enjoy!!! 🙂 Continue reading Treating Exercise-Induced Soreness (DOMS) – Tuesday Training Tip
Please, do not mistake this post for an excuse to give-in or give-up at the first sign of discomfort. The key takeaway here is to understand that there is a limit; how far you want to push that limit is your choice. Continue reading The Key to Success: Listening to Your Body!
Hey everyone! I know I haven’t been posting much as of late, but I’ve been pretty crunched for time! I mentioned it in a previous post, but my focus has completely shifted over the last couple of weeks to my training and fundraising goals. Unfortunately, that puts the blog a bit lower on the priority list. But, it’s probably better that you’re only getting 3-4 … Continue reading Upcoming Races/Training Update/Motivational Video
Warning: This is an advanced workout. It’s actually a more difficult modification to a workout that the Providence College Men’s Soccer Team was given on a snowy day. I wouldn’t recommend it for anyone who wasn’t months into his or her distance training, and has experience working in HR Zones 4-5. Summary Duration: 60 minutes total running, 70-80 minutes total Length: 8+ miles Concepts: HR … Continue reading High-Intensity Treadmill Workout Idea
Let me start with this great news: Total Raised for CCFA: $740!!! I can’t believe everyone’s generosity. We’re already almost a quarter of the way to our overall goal of $3,000 for the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation! But, don’t stop now! Keep donating; spread the word; help us destroy our goal!!! Do you care where I’ve been? Haha regardless, I’ve been training, working, cooking, cleaning, … Continue reading An Update: Fundraising, Training, Nutrition and More >>>