Doha, family, Canadian success: After a strong year, Andre De Grasse has his eyes set on gold in 2020
As Andre De Grasse crossed the finish line inside Khalifa International Stadium in Doha, Qatar, 19.95 flashed beside his name. Words could not explain his emotions at that moment, as he fell onto one knee to reflect and take in the season he had leading up to that point. “I was just happy,” De Grasse admitted as he reflected back on the moment. “To get back on the podium, I knew I didn’t win gold but to just be there and
There are many reasons. One is, did you receive an accurate diagnosis? Injured runners have been known to scour the Internet and talk to everyone they know in their search for a treatment for their injury. They hear one person’s story about how they tried everything on their plantar fasciitis or Achilles tendinitis, but nothing worked until they discovered that one treatment, and their troubles were over. So our runner embraces the treatment or exercise, and crosses their fingers, and it doesn’t work.
According to Pamela Nisevich, RD, LSSD, and author of Sweat. Eat. Repeat: The 90-Day Playbook to Change Your Food Habits, Improve Your Energy, and Reach Your Goals, a successful diet is about way more than what you put on your plate. Generally speaking, most of us know the type of foods we should be eating. We may even have a good idea of the nutrients we need. And we might even be pretty good at avoiding mindlessly noshing. But the reality is,
Running is a great way to get your heart pumping, muscles working and it’s a cheap way to get exercise; but running can be hard on the postpartum body. To start, let’s hopefully all agree that running is NOT like walking. During walking, there is a double leg stance phase (where both feet are on the ground) swinging into a single leg stance and back into a double leg stance. Running, however, is a single leg stance into a period of