written by Austin Cammire, DPT As we approach the end of the strange year of 2020 we start to look ahead to all 2021 will have in store for us. One thing that comes along with the “New Year, New You” saying is the fact that many of us will look to increase our activity […]
With the start of fall comes a new wave of races to train for, and new ambitions to get back into a good running regimen. Schedules are beginning to normalize, and for many families, kids are back in school. This year has been especially different due to COVID-19. People have eitherbeen creative with home workouts […]
Amber Lenhart, Physical Therapist, DPT, ATC, OCS, CAFS As physical therapists, a common question we get from runners of all different levels is, “How do I safely increase my mileage?”. The answer to this question is not black and white and often leads to, “it depends”. It depends on a few factors, such has your […]
Benefits of Step Rate Manipulation in Running Robyn Smith MSPT, SCS During running, form matters! And there’s been ample research focusing on running injuries and injury prevention. Over the last 10 years, one area that has received a lot of attention is step-rate, or cadence manipulation. Research has shown large impact forces occur between our […]
Written by Jolene Weesjes, DPT Virtual runs are the new “craze” in the running community since the COVID-19 outbreak. At first glance, it’s hard to know the benefit of a virtual run. I mean, doesn’t that eliminate all of the fun from a typical race? Some of the first things that come to mind include […]
Thierry is our newest member. When the opportunity to join the Gobble Wobble committee arose, Thierry quickly and enthusiastically volunteered. Thank you Thierry and welcome to the committee!
The Gobble Wobble has become a tradition for Kyle Klooster, our committee member spotlight this month. Thanks Kyle for so many great years of Gobble Wobble, both as a committee member and a participant!