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RUNNING – Don’t Be That Gal (or Guy). Please.

By D.C. Lucchesi Let’s face it. Static stretching hasn’t been cool since “Happy Days” was in prime time, but that still doesn’t mean you don’t see folks at the gym, on the trail, or at the start line diving over ...

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Transition Quick Tips

Triathletes are always trying to perfect their transition setup and change-over to the next discipline in a race. Sometimes the changes you can incorporate are the simple things. Check the list below for items that are easy to overlook but ...

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4 Things You Can Do To Improve Your Cycling

By Victor Jiminez 1. Avoid Problems by Addressing Fit First Think of bicycle fit the way you would shop for shoes. First you would measure to know what size to try then you would shop for styles and colors. Before ...

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Summer Snacking – Yummy Guacamole Hummus Recipe!

By Brandon McDearis Two of my favorite things in the world to snack on are guacamole and hummus. It was only a matter of time before some clever cook somewhere decided to experiment with combining the two to make a ...

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Be Strong. Be Powerful. Become a Ramblin’ Rose Triathlete!

It’s a great day to chase that dream to become a triathlete in 2015 by racing a Ramblin’ Rose Triathlon! Celebrating the empowerment of women, Ramblin’ Rose is the most beginner friendly women’s triathlon in North Carolina. YOU CAN DO THIS! 5 ...

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Body Rows

By Elizabeth Towe The horizontal body row is a very accessible total-body exercise that emphasizes back and core for strength and improved function in the pulling motion. This is an overall great exercise for strength – also helps train the ...

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The ‘CORE’ Issue of Running

By Pat Reichenbach Somewhere deep down inside of every runner, there’s a memory of a young child who loved to run just for the fun of it! That child never had sore knees or plantar fasciitis! That child was never ...

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Getting to the bottom of “Cyclist’s Syndrome”

By Emily Wegmann, MPT, OCS and Sarah Talley, PT, DPT Whether you are a novice rider or competitive cyclist, a little saddle soreness is to be expected on the first few rides of the season. It’s a good idea to ...

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The Act Of Sitting

By Brian Beatty Most of you will be sitting as you read this. In general, sitting is not good for our health; moving is. The body is designed to function best when we are upright on our feet. When we ...

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Find the Perfect Pair of Swimming Goggles

By David Cross If you are a seasoned swimmer, then this article is probably not for you. But if you decided that this year you want to start swimming or do a triathlon, this will provide insight on how to ...

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