Sustainability of You

Knowing When to Stop


By Brian Beatty Rehab is not a race. Often, we race to push ourselves to the edge of what we can do. When the body is healthy in racing and training, it adapts to the stress and becomes stronger. However, in a rehab situation when the goal is to


Sustainability of You|

By Brian Diaz When the hot humid Southern days of summer start to fade away and make room for the cool mornings and evenings of fall, I can’t help but yearn to get outside. A friend of mine that lives in Roanoke, VA, an outdoor mecca, once mentioned that

Heisman Lunge

Core Corner, Sustainability of You|

By Elizabeth Towe In trail running, hip and core stability rule! Whether it is a smooth fire road or technical single-track trail, you need to be able to transfer weight quickly from one leg to the other and hold your body stable. To achieve this stability, the arms and shoulders must