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Don’t Break That Dorito! (And 3 other tips for avoiding shoulder cramping while you run.)

Do you experience cramps in your shoulders when you run?   The solution to your problem is 4 simple steps away: Step 1: Unclench those fists! Avoid running with tight fists. Let your hands relax. Pro-Tip: Imagine running with a potato chip between your fingertips. Don’t break that dorito!   Step 2: Keep your shoulder […]

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Running Injuries and How ART Can Resolve Pain

Running injuries are commonly attributed to faulty biomechanics, muscle imbalances, improper recovery, overtraining, and errors in training methods.  Overtraining can include the “too much too soon” dilemma:  somewhere the breakdown occurs due to a joint or muscle that is overworking and this results in tissue overload.  This results in pain, inflammation, injury and the inability […]

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Patient Results with SOL Physical Therapy

In such a short amount of time, my knee has come a long way

“Before coming to SOL my knee was in pretty rough shape in both strength and mobility. I had been experiencing a lot of stiffness and popping, and overall discomfort. After all the time I have had at SOL, my knee has come a long way. The mobility in my joint has increased dramatically. The popping […]

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SOL Performance Training Client Results

Training at SOL brought me out of pain + into racing excellence for Bay2Breakers race

“In September 2013 I was hit by a car while running and suffered a broken neck, a tibial plateau fracture, and the fracture of both big toes. After multiple surgeries, months of immobility, PT, and a closed manipulation procedure, I was functional. However, I wanted to go beyond functional and get back to running and […]

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SOL Performance Training Client Results

Climbing and Running Better Than Ever Post Surgery and Injury

This Client’s Goal: “I wanted to improve my core strength, balance, and overall fitness with an eye towards rock climbing, running, and skiing.” Before 4 months of SOL Performance Training: “I recently had minor surgery and my core strength was weakened. I had also recently recovered from a knee injury and my level of strength […]

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