by Russ Ebbets, DC
Rehabilitation is the act of restoring someone who is ill or injured to their “normal” or pre-injury state. Any number of health care practitioners are trained to render effective rehab methods that can make time spent in this state as short as possible. .... continued
Many runners are staying away from bread these days: It’s a waste of calories. … It’s fattening. It’s inflammatory. These active people often struggle with denying themselves of this pleasurable food: I tell the waiter to remove the breadbasket so I don’t devour the whole thing. … No more sandwiches for me; I eat just salads. … On Sundays I cheat and eat a bagel! …
Perhaps you are feeling confused about the role of bread in your sports diet? After all, eating (white) bread these days is commonly viewed as nutritionally incorrect. Here are some facts to resolve some of the bread confusion.
The online Pace Setter is looking for a new Advertising Coordinator. The Advertising Coordinator is responsible for soliciting, collecting, and organizing advertisements for the HMRRC website. Advertisers include race directors, local businesses, and community partners.
• Working closely with the Publishing Editor and Web Page Editor to ensure correct ads are posted at the correct time.
• Reaching out to previous advertisers and potential advertisers to remind them of submission deadlines.
• Creating and sending out electronic invoices to advertisers.
Time commitment: approximately 3 hours per month.
If interested, please email Nick Webster at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
If you have recently run or plan to run an HMRRC race and want to report on it, let the Race Director know; he or she will be thrilled. Have you volunteered at a race and want to share your experience? Have you traveled to another race and want to share the moment? Have you met a goal, overcome an obstacle, completed your first race or your first marathon and want to share your excitement? Do you have words of advice or training tips for new members? Have you come across a new place to run and train and want to spread the word? Has HMRRC done something that has impacted our community and you that you want to brag about? HMRRC and our members would love to hear from you, as we all share the passion and excitement of running, fitness, camaraderie and community. Submitting an article is easy and you have the ability to attach photos. Race articles and other time sensitive articles can get posted in real time. Thank you. Click here to submit an article.