Category Archives: RUNNING

  • Exercise And Heart Health


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    By Shelby Stoner, PHASE IV Exercise Physiologist Exercise is medicine. It’s the global health initiative implemented by the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) that encourages physicians an
  • Structural Stability and Flexibility Training for Runners

    By Robert Forster P.T., PHASE IV CEO & Founder FLEXIBILITY TRAINING Flexibility is defined as the range of motion of bones around a joint. Bones must have the freedom of movement to be positioned
  • Gauging Workout Intensity: How Hard Should You Go?

    By Shelby Stoner, PHASE IV Exercise Physiologist How many times have you hit the track, gone to spin class, or hopped on a treadmill to do your routine workout, and by the 5th minute your heart is bea
  • 10 TIPS TO AVOID TRAVEL WEIGHT GAIN

    Staying healthy while traveling can prove to be a big challenge. All of a sudden you’re thrown out of the comfort of your bed, your routine, your kitchen and your gym (or running route.) Whether you
  • The Missing Link From Your Training Program

    By Shelby Stoner, PHASE IV Exercise Physiologist It seems like you’re doing all of the right things, you’re training 4+ days per week, incorporating a variety of workouts, working in your Long Slo
  • YOUR MARATHON NUTRITION & HYDRATION PLAN

    By Robert Forster, P.T., PHASE IV CEO & Tina Paymaster, PHASE IV Functional Nutrition & Health Specialist If you’re gearing up for the LA Marathon on March 18, you’re probably somewhere ar
  • 5 TWEAKS IN 5 WEEKS FOR YOUR BEST MARATHON EVER

    By CEO Robert Forster, PT 1. ADD WATER Do one deep water running workout a week and feel your power and speed come up. Running in deep water with a flotation belt for buoyancy allows you to work your
  • WHAT IS ACTIVE RECOVERY?

    RECOVERY SCIENCE By CEO Robert Forster, PT After an appropriate time for recovery, the adaptive process occurs. Using progressive build periods of training followed by a week of decreased workload all
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