The Running Front

Keep up to date with all the news from Newton Running, including products and athlete profiles.

Managing Race Anxiety and Excitement

Managing Race Anxiety and Excitement

2 August 2017

By: Newton Running Ambassador, Dr. Justin Ross “It’s spring race season! One of my favorite times of the year. Managing race anxiety and excitement is imperative for success this season, regardless of distance. Marathon, half marathon, 10 miler, 10k and 5k racers can all benefit from the same applied principles when lining up on race […]

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A Refreshing Summertime Smoothie!

A Refreshing Summertime Smoothie!

13 July 2017

Your new favorite midday smoothie! A mango, pineapple, ginger, lucuma and almond milk smoothie, concocted by Newton Running Ambassador and Aubergine Restaurant Chef,  Justin Cogley In addition to satisfying your sweet tooth, lucuma is gluten-free and a source of antioxidants, fiber, carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals necessary for bodily functions and of benefit to the immune system. […]

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Talking Iron with Hayley Benson

Talking Iron with Hayley Benson

15 May 2017

“You know how, as endurance athletes, we all tend to worry about not having enough iron?  We know the theory: iron is needed for energy – pass the juicy steak, raw spinach, and yummy kale please.  Let’s not forget that for an extra hit of iron we should add a generous dose of vitamin C, […]

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How to treat Plantar Fasciitis

How to treat Plantar Fasciitis

28 March 2017

Part 2 of What is Plantar Fasciitis by Newton Running athlete Dr. Mark Cucuzella What Can You Do to Correct Plantar Fasciitis? There are a few basic principles but they will vary depending on the cause: Any support from an orthotic, arch support, or taping in most cases should be a temporary modality while you strengthen and […]

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What is Plantar Fascia?

What is Plantar Fascia?

6 March 2017

What is Plantar Fascia – by: Newton Running Athlete Dr. Mark Cucuzella Plantar Fasciitis is the common term for what should be more accurately termed Plantar Fasciosis. itits is an acute inflammation caused by a trauma or infection. osis is chronic degenerative condition. No evidence exists for an ideal treatment of this condition without identifying and treating the causes, which can […]

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