Got running goals? Maybe you’re looking to start running, or maybe you’re just setting aggressive new goals. Either way, here’s some great advice, no matter where you are in your running career.
Last month we interviewed three patients who are consistent runners from all over the spectrum. You may have seen some of our videos through our Facebook posts. If not, we posted the videos here for you to check. Maybe you’ll even get a few tips or some inspiration.
Remember, if you have a running injury or are looking for someone to help with injury prevention we’re here to help. Running can take a toll on your feet, ankles, knees, hips, and low back and we’ve got treatments and rehab exercise plans for all those areas!
“The Everyman Runner”
In this interview, Phil discusses a couple of reasons why he runs, for pleasure and for exercise. He gives great tips for beginners and talks about how anyone can get started. If you’re looking to start running as a hobby or as your main form of exercise, you’ll connect with this one.
Dr. Bree talks with Eric about what it takes to run a marathon. Eric has completed several full and half marathons and has qualified for the Boston and New York marathons, it’s really impressive. He gives you excellent insight into what it takes to run a marathon!
“The Ultra Trail Runner”
Julia sits down and talks with Dr. Bree about her unique running passion, running ultra trail races. She touches on what it takes to recover after childbirth and get back to running, as well as some things she does to help get her through those long runs. She encourages anyone to just get out on the trails, ultra-marathon or not!
Dr. Brianna Williams DC is a chiropractic physician practicing at AccessHealth Chiropractic in Cary, NC. She treats neuromusculoskeletal pain and injuries using chiropractic manipulation, Graston Technique, and rehab exercise strategies. She holds a PSP certification from the University of Pittsburgh and is the only one with this honor in the Raleigh, Cary, and Apex areas. She's also experienced in treating pregnant women, especially those who're exercising and want to stay moving during their pregnancy.