Questions Every Runner Should Ask: A Q&A with Dr. Rebecca Shultz

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Running isn’t always as simple as lacing up your shoes and hitting the road. Whether you’re training for your first 5K or your tenth marathon, chances are that you will face some challenge during your running career, such as an injury or a setback in your performance. At this point, it’s critical to ask questions and find the resources that will steer you in the right direction.

11 Easy Office Stretches to Reduce Back and Neck Pain (Infographic)

If you work at a desk, you’re probably all too familiar with the aches and pains that come with prolonged sitting. Stiff, tired muscles, aching backs and tension in the neck are unfortunate side effects that many people deal with on a regular basis. Fortunately, a few simple routines can help relieve tension, give your muscles a break, and change the physical negativity of a day spent at your desk. For example, just thirty seconds raising each knee toward your chest gives your lower back a break. Moving your wrists back and forth after a day spent on a keyboard gives those muscles some release, too.

5 Basic Eating Habits Every Runner Should Follow

This article was originally posted in Lumo Run Coaches Corner

Contributor: Matt Fitzgerald 

The two factors that affect running performance most powerfully are training and diet. The most effective training methods were discovered not by scientists but rather through a generations-long process of trial and error at the elite level. What this means is that, if you want to get the most out of your own training, you should emulate the practices of the world’s best runners.

Easy Tips to Get Active During the Workday

It’s no secret that the path to better health is through eating right and staying active. But how exactly are you supposed to stay active outside the gym if you’re stuck at the office all day? This can prove to be challenging, but fortunately, it’s not impossible. In this guest blog, professional Netwalker and movement advocate, Jessica Tunon, shares her top tips to staying active during the workday.

Every Bride’s Guide to Perfect Posture

Like many brides, wedding planning started long before you got engaged. You’ve thought about your dress, the venue, the colors, who will be in your bridal party and everything in between. But what about your posture? Posture is easy to neglect and forget about, but in reality it’s one of the most important aspects of your wedding day. Standing up straight with your shoulders back will not only make you look thinner in your dress, it will also help keep you feeling confident and in control – things every bride strives for on what is often a chaotic and emotional day. So take the time to invest in yourself and commit to beautiful posture starting today.

Stand Up Straight to Look and Feel Great

In case you haven’t noticed, we take good posture pretty seriously here at Lumo Bodytech. We often get asked why we care about posture so much – are we just a company full of ex-ballerinas and people who got aggressively nagged by their grandmothers to stand up straight? Although the answer to that question is no, we think that those nagging grandmothers are on to something! A growing body of research indicates that there are countless reasons to care about your posture.

Back Health for Students: 3 Tips to Keep You Standing Tall on Campus

If you’ve ever been a student , chances are you’ve dealt with back, neck and shoulder pain that comes with lugging around heavy books, laptops and other necessities. Starting from an early age, students are made to carry potentially harmful amounts of weight in their backpacks. An amount of weight that unfortunately tends to increase as we move from grade to grade. 

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