Tag Archives: Sports Medicine

Can I buy speed? Just ask Jay Dicharry at the REP Lab…

by JAY DICHARRY on AUGUST 5, 2013 Adam Craig at Rebound Cyclists want two very simple things. They want to be comfortable on a bike, and they want to be fast. And anytime we “want” something, we must ask the question: how hard must I work to achieve it? Or, in this golden age of […]

Rebound Athlete Stephanie Howe Speedgoat 50K Winner

Rebound Athlete Stephanie Howe interviewed with Brian Howe of the website I Run Far after her fantastic win at the 2013 Speedgoat 50K. Check our her interview! Full interview transcript available here: http://www.irunfar.com/2013/07/stephanie-howe-2013-speedgoat-50k-champion-interview.html

Stretching: Static vs Dynamic

Experts say stretching moves may be better for athletes than static poses By Anne Aurand The Bulletin | July 25, 2013 Common thought has long been that a good stretch before a hard workout was the right thing to do. Stretching before any rigorous activity was supposed to reduce injury and improve performance. However, some […]

High-tech treadmill at REP Lab Bend used to improve training

High-tech treadmills at REP lab Bend used by locals Elite athletes can get analysis that will help improve their training regimen By Elise Gross / The Bulletin Published: July 23. 2013 4:00AM PST Stephanie Howe knows a thing or two about endurance sports. The 29-year-old Bend resident and former college All-American in cross-country running is […]

Footstrike 101: How Should Your Foot Hit The Ground?

Various studies support the pros and cons of each style – so which is correct? Most of the tenets of good running form are universally agreed upon by coaches, athletes, physiologists, form gurus and shoe designers: an upright postural alignment with a slight forward tilt, a compact arm swing and short strides that result in […]

Beyond Pink: strong woman, strong athlete

We’ve all heard the phrase, “caters to the unique needs of a woman”…..The bottom line is that both sexes have strengths and weaknesses, but tonight it’s all about helping women. Why are females at greater risk for some injuries? How do you minimize your risk? Are their certain exercises women should emphasize? Why is “toning” a […]

Avoiding injuries during workouts

Short intense workouts may cut injuries without hurting performance By Anne Aurand / The Bulletin Jason Moyer, 38, trains on the Deschutes River Trail near Dillon Falls. A competitive long-distance runner, Moyer had injured his knee and quit running for a year. When he restarted, he substituted shorter, high-tempo runs for some longer-distance runs, and […]