The Dreaded Stress Fracture

The Dreaded Stress Fracture   Stress fractures are a common injury sustained in athletes who participate in high impact activities. They are loathed by athletes because they inevitably require time off from their beloved sport with substantial modification of their training. In runners, bone stress tends to be the result of abnormal loading on an […]

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Cupping: Is It Fluff or Functional?

  Photo: Gilbert Tuhabonye receiving cupping treatment in 1996 in Lagrange outside of Atlanta. And in his own words he admits “Yeah, I tried everything before I discovered the best Physical Therapists at Mondo Sports Therapy.” During the Beijing Olympics in 2008 and again at London in 2012, Kinesio Taping emerged as the popular modality […]

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Olympic Dreams

Q&A with Great Britain’s Olympic Steeplechaser and Rogue Elite runner,  Lennie Waite Lennie Waite was born in Paisley, Scotland to two English parents. Her early childhood was spent in Glasgow, Scotland, Geneva, Switzerland, and then Austin, Texas. She first started running at the age of 5 and though she enjoyed it and experienced success at […]

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The Troublesome Tendon

Most athletes have experienced some type of tendon injury during their athletic career and can relate to the familiar ache or pain associated with ‘tendonitis.” Tendon pain usually lingers for quite some time and they are also frequently recurrent, putting a significant damper on your ability to train consistently. Now the following explanation about tendon […]

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