No matter what running shoes you buy they don’t last forever. However, making your running shoes last longer is simple with the proper care. Our partner Fleet Feet shares seven ways to help extend the life of your running shoes and keep your legs happy as you train.
Nine dynamic stretches from our partner at Hartford HealthCare Rehabilitation Network ranging from the Monster Walk to the Spiderman Walk. These stretches promote blood flow, help prevent injury and muscle soreness, and can improve overall performance.
There are many theories on why humans are drawn to water. From oceans to sitting pool-side, water is said to make people feel happier and calmer.This connection between water and happiness left us thinking: can hydration make you happier?
The League of Injured Runners, a partnership between HMF and The Connecticut Sports Medicine Institute (CSMI) at Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center in Hartford, provides ten tips for safely training for your next 10K.
Dr. Neil D. Parikh, a gastroenterologist with Connecticut GI, discusses common gut topics in a patient-friendly manner. He does a deep dive into the histopathology of Celiac disease with Dr. Anshu Trivedi – a gastrointestinal pathologist with Eastern Connecticut Pathology Consultants and the medical director of Connecticut GI Pathology Laboratory.
Appropriate for runners training for their first half/full marathon at the Eversource Hartford Marathon and Half Marathon in October, and for beginner and intermediate runners looking to increase endurance, speed and confidence. DETAILS
Mask Brackets – League of Injured Runners
Dr. Jeff Brown of the CT Sports Medicine Institute at Saint Francis Hospital shares a quick tip for working out with a mask – a mask bracket to help breathing.
As an athlete, your goal is to stay active and injury free as long as you can. One of the most important aspects for longevity is passive recovery. More and more athletes are using Whole Body Cryotherapy to allow their muscles to heal and rebuild – restoring energy, increasing strength, boosting metabolism, increasing bone density, and reducing risk of injury.