Off The Road Column – The ACL

by Russ Ebbets, DCClassically, the ACL tear is not a track and field or running injury. The mechanism of injury, a quick turn with deceleration, is not a usual movement skill in any of the sport’s disciplines. That being said, both the ACL and ACL injurie…
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The Yin and Yang of Running

by Russ EbbetsRunning and training offers a multitude of dichotomies that necessitate continual choices. These choices are driven by one’s intent, knowledge, goals and aspirations, but can also be driven by one’s ignorance and stupidity. In this article w…
by Russ Ebbets It seems almost cliché but if one wants …ision you can live with and forge ahead. Russ Ebbets

Why Do You Run? – 20 Questions

Russ Ebbets, DC, USATF Level 3 CoachIt is a new year with all the excitement and motivation that brings. It might be worthwhile to examine where you are, what you are doing and why, as you set off in 2024. All you need is a sheet of paper and a pen and ge…
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The Weak Link – Off The Road Colum

by Russ Ebbets, DC, USATF Level 3 CoachCoach and Dr. Russ Ebbets analyzes what occurs when you walk and run and all that can interfere with these cycles that can produce problems in an athlete that should be monitored to ensure a top performance. "Anythin…
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Exercise Addiction – The Tail of the Dog

by Russ Ebbets, DC, USATF Level 3 Coach"In the later ‘70s and early ‘80s the concept of a “positive” addiction crept into the general parlance. A positive addiction was something beneficial that people did to improve themselves or possibly others through …
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September’s Articles: In Case you Missed Them

September's issue included a lot of exciting race descriptions. The Tawasentha 5K race series newly hosted by Kari and John Deer at times looked like an Army recruiting film, with runners holding onto a rope going through a waist-high rain filled stream. …
THE 4 Global Concepts 4 All Training by Russ Ebbets

Us v. Them 2.0

by Russ Ebbets, DC, USATF Level 3 CoachMany see Artificial Intelligence (AI) as a gift to humanity while others view it as a serious threat. In fact, a recent N.Y. Times article by Kevin Roose, said that some thought it could cause a risk of extinction. R…
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THE 4 Global Concepts 4 All Training

by Russ Ebbets, DC, USATF Level 3 Coach"A comprehensive training program is not a simple process. Utilization of the 4 Global Concepts allows one to develop one’s skills holistically and progressively in a thorough and comprehensive manner... For the more…
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Off the Road: Running Career Longevity

by Russ EbbetsWith aging comes changes in the body. Coach Ebbets describes significant changes that occur in an athlete's body and then gives detailed methods on how these changes can be lessened in their impact and make life for an athlete more productiv…
by Russ Ebbets In Aristotelian tragedy the common denom…s life. Russ Ebbets

Books to Read After Running

by Mark MindelMark once again treats us to some thrillers to read by a fireplace with a glass of mulled cider after a long run or walk. Next month he will honor works by Russ Ebbets, a well-known local running coach, chiropractor and professor that would …
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