You’ve probably heard how rest is important for injury recovery. Beyond moving around less and cutting back on exercise, people often fail to think about the importance of sleep as part of the recovery process.
The treadmill can be an excellent training tool for runners when weather conditions are uninviting or downright dangerous. Love them or hate them, treadmills can be convenient, easy to use and safer than battling the elements and weather outside. Miles Cagle, PTA answers our most frequently asked questions when it comes to running on a treadmill.
Greenville, South Carolina, packs more than 100 restaurants, eclectic locally-owned shops, and 20 miles of greenways in and around a charming and historic Main Street. In downtown Greenville, you can enjoy a weekend of relaxation, outdoor recreation, family fun, and everything in between.
When you combine Old South traditions like carriage rides, riverside picnics, and down-home cooking with the New South vibe of farm-to-market eateries, art tours, and rooftop craft cocktail lounges, you have one of the hottest destinations in the southeast.
Plan a weekend of relaxation, outdoor recreation, family fun, and everything in between in downtown Greenville.
On Winston-Salem's 23 miles of trails, you can walk, run, or bike from downtown or Innovation Quarter to the shores of Salem Lake.
The weather is starting to get nice and many people start walking programs. Two injuries that occur often with starting a walking program are Achilles tendonitis and plantar fasciitis. Both injuries typically occur from overuse, but there are some signs to look for that can help you prevent them.
Your sunrise to sunset guide to the best paddling, running, biking, noshing, and chilling in the Charlotte area.
Winston-Salem's new Rock Box Bouldering gym aims to be a central hub for the Triad climbing community.
With the summer heat still months away, it’s a great time for an outdoor adventure close to home.
Anytime you’ve been sidelined, it can be daunting to find the motivation to step back into running
Whether you sign up for a grueling, obstacle-conquering mud run or float your kayak through bucolic stands of aquatic spider lilies, now’s the time to load up your calendar with all the Instagram-worthy adventures Charlotte has to offer.
As the 2018 NASCAR season begins, one of the sport’s top medical providers is emphasizing the need for teams to focus on minimizing the number of injuries on pit road. Bill Heisel, PA-C, Director of Motorsports with OrthoCarolina, suggests that recent NASCAR rule changes mean teams should carefully consider their strategies and injury prevention plans over the course of the season.
Get moving at the the HopSwap Half Marathon in Winston-Salem.
Think out-of-the-box this year to hike, bike, and romance your way into your Valentine's heart.
With all good intentions of sticking to them, many goal-setters fail to see them through for any significant amount of time.
This sport sparks an impressive combination of athleticism, balance, strategy, and teamwork.
More like a chess match than ice hockey, curling is catching on in the Carolinas.
Sauratown offers some of the best winter cragging in the southeast.
Carrie Rhodes, physical therapist at OrthoCarolina Winston Salem and a runner herself, recently talked about how runners can prepare to minimize these issues.
For decades we have been told exposure to bacteria is bad for us, and so we use antibacterial everything, take antibiotics like candy, and consume pasteurized, bleached and processed foods. Is it possible these habits could be hurting our health more than they are helping us?
Western Carolina’s vertical relief provides plenty of options for any level of climber, including beginner routes off the Blue Ridge Parkway.
As the New Year approaches many people make New Year’s resolutions. One very popular resolution is to begin exercising. For women in particular, it can be difficult to battle weight gain with age due in part to hormonal imbalances and the prevalence of estrogen.
Ramblin’ Rose Triathlon training lays a foundation for success in any sport.
Imagine walking, running, swimming and cycling, all physically tied to another person. For the visually impaired, it’s the only way they can train. Para≈Guide is a new local nonprofit with the mission to encourage and support visually impaired, multi-sport athletes to stay active.