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  • Is Gait Analysis Worth It?
    Running gait analysis has been an issue of hot contention. Are running gait abnormalties meant to be retrained or is Mother Nature better left alone? Read more
  • Downhill Racing, I’m Going To Kill It On This one! (Part 1 of 2)
    Revel Canyon is on our race calendar and its time to start training. It’s a big downhill race, big for the altitude loss of nearly 5,000 feet. I don’t know Read more
  • Running Downhill (Part 2 of 2)
    There is an old maxim of athletic training: “Training should always be sports specific.” So, if you want to be a runner, then run. If you want to race downhill, Read more
  • Around the Dinner Table: Be Industrious
    I pass under a little bridge on my way to and from work nearly every day. It’s a strange little bridge, a product of quirky neighborhood planning, but loved for Read more
  • A Friend in Deed
    “I have a pain in my knee, what should I do?” I overheard a runner ask his friend last week. I listened, mostly to see what kind of advice would Read more
  • Taper Madness
    You are about two weeks away from the Big Race. It has been months of early rising, suiting up in your running gear, and heading out the door with your Read more
  • Does exercise contribute to arthritis? Research says no.
    An interesting read from Harvard Medical School. If you’re putting off getting into a regular exercise routine because you’re worried that exercise contributes to arthritis, think again. Studies show that exercise can Read more
  • Reflections on the 2017 LA Marathon
    Today was the 21st year the Pacers Running Club ran the Los Angeles Marathon. I really don’t know how many of our runners participated, maybe 200, maybe less. I’m not Read more
  • Become a Life-Bender: Volunteer
    There are some people who can bend life to their own will. They can shape the universe to their own liking and they have the ability to shape your life Read more
  • The “Core” of All Running Problems
    Abdominal strength has a real and immediate effect on your running gait, and the faster you go, the more your abdominal muscles participate in your gait. Many running injuries can Read more

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