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Success Story: Alison Waddles

Alison Waddles is a 15-year-old basketball player here at Champion’s Quest. Ali has been training with us since September 2014. She came to Champion’s Quest after a knee injury with the goal of improving her strength, range of motion, speed on the court, and of course preventing future injury! 228 more words

CQ Athlete Success Story

Monday Motivators: Data collection

Last Week: I met my goal of 6 miles between the Benicia Run for Education 5K and three other one mile walks. I also took inspiration from… 263 more words

Running

Insanity of a different kind - Time to get sweaty: Week 1

First off, yes the name of this programme is extremely questionable but it is what it is, has been a thing for many years and it works so let’s just leave our mental health advocacy at the door for this one! 1,072 more words

Thoughts And Musings

Race prep

A week and a half before the Derby half I started to get the race jitters. I get really excited thinking about the whole weekend ordeal. 286 more words

Running

Consider these Tips as you Start Running

To be a good athlete you must have good training practices. Training practices are more than just what you do on the track; they involve how you live your day to day life. 334 more words

Goals

6 Tips To Keep You Running Injury-Free

Now that spring has finally sprung, I want to get outside as much as possible and feel healthy as well. When the sun is shining, and the trees are budding, and the flowers start to bloom, it can really do wonders for improving one’s mood! 585 more words

Blogging

An Interview with Stephen O'Rourke, Dublin-based Physiotherapist, About Irish Dance And Injury Prevention

Sammi Lim for The Dance Enthusiast: Warming up: Absolutely necessary or overrated?

Stephen O’Rourke: I am a big advocate of warming up. Although our bodies adapt to repetition and are able to perform at higher levels with little or no warm up, it’s vital that we look after our physical instrument. 106 more words

Dance