Have a Fibula Stress Fracture? Take a Load Off!

It can start as tolerable pain that only comes after physical activity. Over time, the pain increases, invades your exercise routine, and may even reach a point where walking is painful, the injury site sore to touch.

Ahhh, the fibula stress fracture—that creeping stress injury that runners especially know and “love.” Continue reading “Have a Fibula Stress Fracture? Take a Load Off!”

Making it Happen | First Race Back in Cudahy

Friends,

A few weeks ago, Briana from Salus, Inc in Delafield, WI shared a very special story with us about an elite runner named Jenny Crain.  Briana was fortunate enough to join Jenny on her 1st race back from her accident a year ago. Here are her notes from the race and details on Jenny’s success thus far. Continue reading “Making it Happen | First Race Back in Cudahy”

Makin’ It Happen

A local elite runner in Wisconsin named Jenny Crain was hit by a car over 2 years ago and is slowly re-learning every day to day activities.  Recently she was able to start using the AlterG Anti-Gravity Treadmill at Salus Inc. in Delafield, WI .  She was a high-profile runner and we have listed a few links that talk about her journey using the AlterG and road to recovery. Continue reading “Makin’ It Happen”

Glute Strengthening and ITB Syndrome

Many distance runners at all level are familiar with Iliotibial Band (or ITB) Syndrome.  Whether they’ve suffered from it themselves or they know someone who has, the soreness along the sides of the thighs and the sharp knee pain is something they would rather soon forget.  What many people may not know is how having a proper glute strengthening program can help alleviate and prevent ITB syndrome. Continue reading “Glute Strengthening and ITB Syndrome”