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Float on: how floating can quiet your mind, relieve muscle pain, and make you a better runner

Floating is starting to garner buzz among the early adopters and health-trend aficionados of the world. It’s typically spoken of in conjunction with meditation, and offered in spas and salons. While it’s not quite a widespread technique yet, it’s definitely on the rise – and recent research indicates it might be particularly useful for athletes. […]

“Hang” out: how hanging can help relieve back pain in runners

The benefits of hanging for runners

Running is a tough sport, not only physically and mentally but also on the joints and muscles. So it’s no surprise many runners suffer from back pain, especially in the lower back. There are many exercises you can try to relieve and decompress the back but if nothing is working, you’re short on time, or you simply […]

What scuba diving taught me about running that everyone can learn from

What scuba diving taught me about running

It goes without saying scuba diving and running are not very similar sports. One basically necessitates rapid movement, reactions, and breathing while the other demands stillness, calmness, and relaxation. But not unlike the relationship between running and meditation, there are several lessons runners can take away from the experience of scuba diving. The two actually […]