3 Ways to Add Variety to Your Runs

3 Ways to Add Variety to Your Runs

Variety is the spice of life, right? Adding a little variety into our life AND into our training program not only keeps things interesting, it can improve your performance and prevent injury. Running is basically movement in one plane of motion.  We essentially rely...
Speed Workouts: What & Why?

Speed Workouts: What & Why?

Any runner that is trying to improve their running performance, should include speed work in their training plan. Speed workouts include variations to your runs such as Strides, Hill Sprints, Fartleks & Tempo Runs. Benefits of Consistent Speed Work Improves...
3 Tips for a Beginner Runner

3 Tips for a Beginner Runner

Are you a beginner runner?  Or, perhaps you’ve been “a runner” at some point in your prior life and are getting back into it. Either way, ensure your running success by following these 3 tips for a beginner runner. Remember the 3 C’s: ...
3 Ways to Run More Efficiently

3 Ways to Run More Efficiently

We all have a ton of stuff to do and when we are productive we feel great, right?  We waste less time and energy on unnecessary tasks. We are efficient, feel energized and accomplished. Wouldn’t it be great if our runs could be the same way?  The...
Free Discovery Visits: What & Why?

Free Discovery Visits: What & Why?

WHAT? A discovery visit is a 20’ free in person consultation An opportunity for me to listen to your story and do a quick screen to determine if I think I can help you WHY? I do things a little different here at Juniper PT so it is a nice way for you to see me and my...
The Mindful Dietician

The Mindful Dietician

Being mindful is all the buzz now.  Eating well is too.  Wouldn’t it be great to combine the two and learn how to eat mindfully?  What about having a diet tailored to your unique DNA?  Well, my friends, let me introduce my good friend, Ashley Holly from Soul...
Ten Tips to Enhance Your PT Treatment Sessions

Ten Tips to Enhance Your PT Treatment Sessions

1) LISTEN TO YOUR BODY before, during, and after treatment. Identify any areas of redness, tenderness, tightness, or tingling on the body. 2) RE-FRAME YOUR NOTION OF “PAIN” Allow yourself to soften your experience of pain. Instead of identifying with the pain, become...