Tag Archives: Running

Grand Teton Relay Tips – Warning Signs that You Need to Stop

Have you ever ran the Grand Teton Relay? If you have, you know it’s an absolute blast. How could you not like exercise, competition and teamwork in such a picturesque setting like the Tetons? The annual Grand Teton Relay is set for next week—and we can’t wait! Yet, super fun and awesome events such as […]

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Carb-Loading – A Runner’s Best Friend

Running in the shadows of the Tetons, one of the most beautiful locations in the nation for the annual Grand Teton Relay, you will experience the beauty of open fields, majestic mountains, and starry skies. After months of dedication and consistent training, the last thing any runner wants is to hit the wall as they […]

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Running into Embarrassment

Runners are awesome. Runners are cool. When you’re running, you know deep down that as people drive by they’re thinking, Wow. That person has it all together. I wish I did. But you also know, deep down, that if those same people could hear runners talking to each other, they might start laughing at you […]

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The Little Things…That Become Big Things

You’ve spent $150 on shoes, $40 on running shorts, $25 on a running tank, $140 on an iPod, $12 on socks (one pair—seriously, socks are expensive!) and at least $200 on other running gear. And yet, despite all that shopping, spending, training and preparation, there are a few very small things that could easily become […]

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Running Injuries: Heat Therapy vs. Cold Therapy

To ice? Or to heat? That is the question—especially when it comes to running. When you’ve got a running injury it can be tricky to know if you should use hot or cold therapy. While we might not provide instruction as eloquently as Mr. Shakespeare himself, our Idaho Falls hospital can provide instruction that’s a […]

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