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Posts tagged hydration in running
Anatomy of a Runner

By Dr. Lisbeth Hoyt


When most people think about running, the first body part attributed to the movement are our legs. While our legs do the majority of the work, running is actually a full body exercise. Our legs move us forward, our trunk stabilizes our body, and our arms assist our legs with forward propulsion.


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Tips for Running in the Heat!

Tips for Running in the Heat!

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Hydration Guidelines

Hydration guidelines from ACSM

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Mind Over Matter

Training is beginning to pick up as marathon season fast approaches!  Runners are physically preparing to run farther than ever before or conquer personal bests from years past.  An absurd amount of time is being spent replenishing nutrients lost in sweat during the summer heat.  Foam rollers are being worn out from the constant need to loosen tight muscles or even the dreaded IT Band. But at some point on race day, your mind is going to question your physical limits.  No matter the miles run, fluids consumed, or muscles foam rolled, you will have to be ready mentally.  So what are you doing to prepare mentally? 

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Stressed out Kidneys!

Not many people realize that running actually involves all of your organs, not just your muscles!

For one organ to function correctly, it needs the other organs to work correctly.Kidneys are responsible for filtering waste out of your blood.

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