Jacksonville (FL) Moms on the Run owner Amy Magdalein and Coach Ginger were featured on Jacksonville's River City Live show on WJXT-TV today to talk about their upcoming spring season, the new Northside location and how to use strength training to avoid injuries and continue running strong. Click here to watch the segment.
Moms on the Run National Fitness Director, Olympian Carrie Tollefson, recently sat down again with our friend at Summit Orthopedics, Angela Voight, M.D. Dr. Voight is an avid runner and sports medicine specialist focusing on shoulder, knees, ankle, foot and running injuries. Today, they talk about ice and heat — and when to use either — for injuries. Click below to watch!
In this four-part video series, Moms on the Run National Fitness Director, Olympian Carrie Tollefson, offers us tips focused on our feet and ankles. For running, it's important to keep your feet and ankles healthy and strong to avoid ankle injuries. In part 1, Carrie started with a simple but important suggestion: Get fitted for the right shoe. Her second tip was an easy stretch focused on the ankles and balance. The third exercise focused on strengthening our toes. And this final exercise is a great way to strengthen your feet using a theraband. Click here to watch! Have fun out there!
In this video series, Moms on the Run National Fitness Director, Olympian Carrie Tollefson, offers us tips focused on our feet and ankles. Obviously, our feet and ankles are the foundation of our run; if they're not happy, we won't be happy! In part 1, Carrie starts with a simple but important suggestion: Get fitted for the right shoe.
Moms on the Run National Fitness Director, Carrie Tollefson, sat down with our friend and orthopedic doctor, Angela Voight, M.D., of Summit Orthopedics. Dr. Voight is a runner herself, so she understands well the athlete's perspective when it comes to exercise and orthopedic care. What can you do to prevent injuries and stay healthy? Dr. Voight offers some great tips in this video.