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Building a workout: Power Moves

One of the most frustrating elements to exercise is knowing what to do. You have the dedication to show up at the gym, but do you have the knowledge to know what to do when you get there?

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The 12 Days of Yoga Holiday Workout

Our orthopedic experts are fans of incorporating yoga postures to strengthen and stretch tight muscle groups.

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Speed Recovery with Inversions

Can hanging upside down improve your health?

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Recovering from the Marathon Blues

If you’re feeling lost post-race, here is some advice to manage the weeks ahead.

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Don’t Be Afraid to Be the Guy in Yoga Class

Before I started doing yoga, I didn’t know what energy flow meant from a yoga perspective.

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Running Stress Fractures

Stress fractures typically cause localized pain that you can put your finger on and know exactly where it hurts.

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Marathon Prep Tips

With each marathon, I’ve learned tips to help me be as prepared as possible to run. Here are my top learnings.

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26.Brew Infused – Carla’s Story

I love runners. When I took over as NoDa Brewery Run Club director a year ago I was beyond excited to put fresh energy into our Wednesday night brew runs.

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Yoga for Back Pain Relief

Low back pain is extremely common whether you are an athlete or work a sedentary job.

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Building on Your Workout Routine: Top Tips for Strength Training

From bodybuilding to CrossFit, from barre workouts to bodyweight workouts, from free weights to machines, the options for weight lifting and strength training are almost denser than muscle mass itself.

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Pushing Limits: lululemon® Adventure

But to make progress you must keep moving, excuses don’t help you reach goals. I took this mentality with me as I boarded the plane. I was going to have to push my body mentally and physically to get through the next three days.

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FOAM ROLLING GUIDE FOR RUNNERS

How does foam rolling help runners?

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A Non-Runner Signs Up for 13.1 Miles

I’ve never considered myself a runner, in fact, running has never been a strong suit for me.

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Rest to Run Better

Here are a few guidelines to ensure your body is getting the rest it needs.

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Yoga Poses for Balance

Tree pose, standing pose and warrior pose are incredibly effective yoga postures to build, improve and maintain balance.

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Why I Love Fitness…and Teaching Fitness

My desire to teach was inspired by many things... But most of all, I loved what group fitness did for me personally and I wanted to return the favor

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National Women's Health and Fitness Day

National Women’s Health and Fitness Day, held the last week in September, is an effort to bring attention to the importance of regular physical activity and health awareness for women.

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Restorative Yoga for Runners

Yoga is a great cross-training tool for runners to stretch, lengthen and strengthen tight muscles resulting from logging daily miles.

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Chris Kroeger, Host of “Primetime” Sport Radio, Launches Running Comeback

In the sports radio world, sitting on the couch, eating junk food and drinking beer can be the norm.

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Meet Meredith. She likes to Run.

“For me, it’s about the runner’s high. There is nothing like running to provide a feeling of rejuvenation! “

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Cheerleading, Strength and Safety: What to Know

As we enter the month of August, many children and teenagers are headed back to school. Many of us remember our high school football games on Friday night with the cheerleading team on the sidelines helping to lead the crowd in chants to help their football team win the game.

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Meet Jenni. OC Loves to Run.

I like 5K distances. One of my favorite races to run with friends is the OrthoCarolina 10K Classic, it’s a beautiful course.

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En Pointe: What Ballet Dancers Should Know About Injury Prevention

As students head back to school, many dancers head back to the studio and a vigorous training schedule.

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Midfoot Strike for Runners

A midfoot strike is ideal for runners and helps reduce the force and shock to a runner’s hip, knee and ankle.

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Test Your Running Shoes

Runners are often quick to blame shoes for injuries, and although not always the case, a properly functioning running shoe is important.

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