Training Fatigue - Are You Recovering Enough?

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photoDo you find that your heart-rate drops and your breathing gets labored during a workout? This may be a sign of overtraining, undernutrition or even heart disease.

No Pancreas, Gaining Weight, Wanting to Exercise

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photoI had my pancreas removed four months ago, I’m doing some exercise, struggling with the diabetes, and my usual slim frame is putting on weight and I don’t ever seem to feel full up after eating

Pre-diabetic!

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photoPre-diabetes is a very common and treatable condition. Through your physical activity and appropriate diet choices, you have already taken many steps to delay or avoid progression to type 2 diabetes.

FORM AND FUNCTION: How Injury is Linked to Body Alignment VIDEO

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photoDr. Kathy Coutinho’s presentation will discuss how to attain ultimate form and balance to maximize your body’s athletic function, includes many techniques for injury prevention.

Injury versus Soreness

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photoHow do you know the difference between muscle soreness and an injury? Learn several techniques to alleviate muscle soreness after a hard workout.

Minimalist Shoes and the Loss of Padding

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photoDoes wearing minimalist shoes put more stress on the ankles, shins and knee joints with the loss of padding from conventional running shoes?

Stress Fractures

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photoHow long does it take to heal a stress fracture? How should my training look when trying to get back into it?

Member Case Study: Chronic Muscle Soreness

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photoTips on the treatment of chronic muscle soreness

Stress Fractures in Endurance Athletes

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photoStress fractures are one of the most feared injuries in the realm of endurance sports and they are also one of the most common sidelining injuries that such athletes face.

Bloating During Racing and Training

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photoFeeling bloated during training and racing is a common concern with endurance sports like triathlon. More salt or more water? Read more!

Member Case Study: Overtraining Syndrome

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photoDuring the last few days I have noticed these symptoms: higher resting heart rate, increased stress and trouble sleeping. Am I overtraining?

Triathlon Training with High Blood Pressure

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photoElevated blood pressure is the most common cardiovascular disease in the United States. There are many things to consider in the recommendation of training for individuals with high blood pressure.

Member Case Study: Triathlon Training with Multiple Sclerosis

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photoI was just recently diagnosed with MS, but I'm also very accepting and ready to move forward - especially in my triathlon training and I would love input and training tips.

Muscle Cramping in the Endurance Athlete

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photoLearn about the symptoms, theory and treatment of Exercise Associated Muscle Cramping (EAMC).

The Graston Technique and ASTYM - Alternative Treatment of Injuries

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photoThe goals of these treatments are to reduce the need for splints, braces, and anti-inflammatory medications while allowing the patient to continue in their activity of choice during treatment.
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