Running “Prehab”: Preventing Injury with a CAMPT Physiotherapist

It’s easy to take movement for granted. Each day we rely on the ability of our bodies to perform movements of daily life.  When we run, we utilize our muscles […]

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How to Become a Better Runner: A Focus on Pelvic Health

When I started running about a decade ago, if I ever thought about strengthening, I thought about the typical muscle groups–leg muscles, like quadriceps, hamstrings, and calf muscles for power […]

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Running and Pregnancy: What People Should Consider

I often think about how amazing the human body is. The stamina, adaptability, and resilience that it continually demonstrates raises the bar as to what people are capable of. No […]

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Running Rituals: To Wave or Not To Wave?

It’s a beautiful weekend morning. The sun is steadily rising to signal the start of the day and the crispness of the morning is starting to thaw out. You are […]

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Slow and Steady: What It’s Like To Be A Slow Runner in a Fast Runner’s World

The world of running is one synonymous with speed. To be a runner, even a recreational or amateur one, is to be associated with being fast. Names like Eliud Kipchoge, […]

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The High Five: Long Distance Runners Making History

The history of women’s running is relatively new. In looking back, most official milestones in women’s running have been recognized only in the past 100 years. In fact, it wasn’t […]

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Finding Meaning in Running 2.23 Miles: A Tribute to Ahmaud Arbery

A long time ago, I convinced a friend of mine that we were going to “get fit” and maybe make a school team (we didn’t).  At 5AM before the world […]

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Running Rituals: Results and Re-living Race Day

Race Day. For many, it feels like a lifetime ago. The initial quiet and darkness of the morning that fills the air. The excitement that builds and radiates through each […]

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Running through the Six: How the Design of the City Unconsciously Impacts Running

If you lived in Toronto circa 2005, you may recall there was a race put on by Nike. The race, runTO10K, had a playful marketing campaign pitting each neighbourhood against […]

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