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Dog Attacks on Runners

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By Amanda Theobald I got attacked by a dog, while running, in a scary way. It being scary is subjective, and I don’t think I am especially dramatic so just go with it. I have had dogs bark, chase, and even little ones nip at my ankles. Yet, I had never been seriously threatened. Until…

Getting a Shoe Ready for a Marathon

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This blog article has been previously posted, but is relevant again with the upcoming marathon in St. George. We hope you will enjoy it! As runners prepare for an upcoming marathon, here are three common questions that arise: When is the best time to buy a shoe for a marathon and how do I get my pair ready?…

Preventing Blisters

By Zac Marion It’s nothing to be ashamed of, we’ve all had them. It is estimated that one third of all runners at any given marathon will walk, or limp, away with blisters. Even veterans of the sport can end up running into this problem, literally. Well let’s take a look into what these little…

IT Band Syndrome: How to Avoid it and Treat it

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By Elizabeth Jenkins   I’m not a doctor, but I DID stay at Holiday Inn Express last night…ok, that’s a lie BUT I do know something about IT Band Syndrome. It sucks. This blog post isn’t going to get deep into the physiology of IT band issues, because I’m sure I’d be wrong. It is…

Sport defines us

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By Dr. Michael Cerami As I was riding up Big Cottonwood Canyon last week, I was wondering why I put myself through this pain on a regular basis. Why can’t I just get used to hanging out on the sofa and rubbing my dogs belly for hours at a time? What’s the matter with me?…

Dealing with the Injury Demons

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By Dr. Michael Cerami I decided to write this month about my experience in dealing with a knee injury that occurred 6 years ago. What seemed like a career ending event turned into one of the best things that’s ever happened to me and I hope it can provide some insight for other athletes. I hope it can…

Energy Medicine Part 1

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Energy Medicine Part 1: Hardware and Software by Dr. Michael Cerami Over the years we become accustomed to the way we look in the mirror every morning. Most of us takefor granted what’s staring back at us, until that “thing” in the mirror doesn’t behave the way we want itto. Then it gets our attention;…
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