Did you miss the Facebook Live event that was held by Lone Peak Physical Therapy - Big Sky, Moving Mountains and Big Sky Natural Health about the Well-Built Runner?
Have no fear, we recorded it and posted it to the Lone Peak Physical Therapy Youtube channel for you to be able to watch whenever you would like. In case you missed it, here is a recap of what was covered:
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Written by: Shelli Stevenson PT, DPT
It is summer time and I can’t think of a better time to train for a 5K! What is holding you back? Fear? Embarrassment? Lack of motivation? Time? If you can walk then you can start training today! Let’s map out a plan to complete a 5K in 2017!
A 5K is 3.1 miles and can take anywhere from 25 to 45 minutes. This is a very attainable distance and time for a first-time runner. You want to give yourself 8-12 weeks to train depending on your current fitness level.
Meet Terri Sipes of Belgrade, Montana. She owns CrossFit Belgrade and Team Montana Weight-Lifting. On June 9, 2017 she won the Pan American Masters Weight-Lifting competition in the Dominican Republic! Terri has been an outstanding client at Lone Peak Physical Therapy over the last year. She sat down with us and shared her recent journey towards one of the biggest accomplishments of her life!
Written by: Shelli Stevenson, PT DPT
We have recently added the revolutionary 1080 Quantum training system to our Lone Peak Physical Therapy Performance and Fitness Center in Big Sky, Montana. We are the first training facility in the Rocky Mountain States region to have this remarkable machine!
Sara Bell is one of our talented Physical Therapists at Lone Peak Physical Therapy. Sara shares a unique passion for running ultramarathons. An ultramarathon is a footrace longer than the traditional marathon length of 26. 2 miles or 42.195 kilometers. I had the opportunity to sit down with Sara over Thai food and pick her brain on how she went from a college basketball player to an ultra-distance runner. In this article, Sara also shares her keys running a successful ultramarathon.
This past September, Lone Peak Physical Therapy was asked by Explore Big Sky Magazine to write an article about preparing for the upcoming ski season. Our article focuses on strength exercises anyone can do at home to prepare their bodies for the motion of skiing in order to avoid injury. Click here to read the entire article.