The Running Front

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YOGA FOR RUNNERS

YOGA FOR RUNNERS

30 November 2018

Below you will find a series of Yoga poses designed with runner’s in mind.  By following this guide and utilizing these poses you’ll feel more connected and stronger with every run. Try them out and let us know how you #FeelNewton. REVOLVED CRESCENT LUNGE Tips: Twist the spine to one side, hooking the elbow outside of […]

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Transitioning to Natural Running Form and Shoes

Transitioning to Natural Running Form and Shoes

18 November 2018

Whatever your body type, fitness level or experience, the two biggest changes you can make to improve your running performance and reduce the likelihood of overuse injury are: 1. Wear shoes with a moderate profile 2. Learn how to run naturally

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Running Form 101

Running Form 101

13 November 2018

When most people take up running for general fitness or to train for a marathon, they don’t think twice about how to do it. It's perfectly OK to just lace up a pair of running shoes and start running, but give some thought to these dynamics and see how much better (and faster) you feel. […]

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What is Plantar Fascia?

What is Plantar Fascia?

20 October 2018

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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Causes and Treatment of Plantar Fasciitis

Causes and Treatment of Plantar Fasciitis

12 October 2018

This post is by Dr. Mark Cucuzella, a Family Physician at Harpers Ferry Family Medicine and Associate Professor at West Virginia University School of Medicine. The plantar fascia (PF) is a strong ligament that runs from the heel to the metatarsal heads in the front of your foot. This ligament helps absorb the shock that […]

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