Safety Guide to Running After Dark

Safety Guide to Running After Dark

This morning, I laced up my shoes in the glow of the porch light, flipped on my flashlights and hit the pavement for a quick 3 mile run before work.  If you are a runner in the northern latitudes, you spend a good portion of your year running in the dark. Are you...
Executive Health: Maximizing Your ROI

Executive Health: Maximizing Your ROI

“Physical fitness is not only one of the most important keys to a healthy body, it is the basis of dynamic and creative intellectual activity.” – John F. Kennedy Today’s executives are busier than ever before, and, as a result, unhealthier than ever before. ...
November Athlete of the Month: Ethan Aune

November Athlete of the Month: Ethan Aune

Ethan Aune Age: 16 Primary Sport: Snocross Team: Hentges Racing & ETA Racing Recent accomplishments: Ethan started off in recovery and rehabilitation from a fractured femur from last racing season.  He has not only fully recovered, but has transitioned into a...
5 things to know about Dry Needling & how it can help you

5 things to know about Dry Needling & how it can help you

My name is Molly King and I hate needles.  There, I said it. You’re probably wondering, why is a self-proclaimed needle-phob writing a blog about dry needling?  The short answer is I’m a physical therapist and athletic trainer always looking for new ways to help my...