PART 2: LEARNED POSITON ON THE BIKE So you want to be healthy on the bike? Well, cycling without pain is about 50% proper bike fit and 50% body on the bike. What are that factors that help the body be pain-free and perform at a high level on the bike? Glad you asked! They … More It’s Not (All) About The Bike – Part 2
A few months ago I came across a discussion thread online about the benefits of a proper bike fit. The original question was along the lines of “If my knee is painful while riding my bike, should I invest my money in my body or a bike fit?” The ensuing discussion was really interesting. The … More It’s Not (All) About The Bike – Part 1
I can usually tell within the first 15 minutes of the first visit with a patient how they will do with the physical therapy intervention. It doesn’t matter so much the injury or issue they come in with, rather, it is their attitude on how they are perceiving their issue. While our focus as physical … More Improve Your Recovery
Ah, the dreaded shin splints. Like driver’s ed, awkward middle school dances, and pimples, it seems as though shin splints are often a necessary evil to enter adulthood. With the start of school sports, especially cross county and soccer, we are sure to see a rush of athletes with shin pain due to running. What … More Shin Splinting
I am excited to announce a partnership with Jonathan Garcia to be a part of Elements Training Company! Jonathan and I are both very passionate about keeping athletes healthy. We believe to stay healthy and perform at our best we need to incorporate various elements in our training, namely, a “pre-hab” physical therapy program, … More Resilient Endurance is now Elements Training Company!
I am a Fragile Ironman. In the previous blog, I discussed how my body has no business doing Ironman Triathlons (2.4 mile swim, 112 mile bike, 26.2 mile run) yet I still managed to pull off a few of them. My brain is such that it craves silly things like that, yet I didn’t when … More The Fragile Ironman – For the Clinician
I am a fragile Ironman. While I completed 3 Ironman triathlons (2.4 mile swim, 112 mile bike, 26.2 mile run) in the span of 14 months – 2 in 2 months this year – I feel a bit like an impostor. Sure, I did the distance and was happy with my performance, but saying the … More The Fragile Ironman – For the Athlete
Our trip to Kona started with some bad news. While I don’t want to be a downer, it played a big role in our trip to the Big Island so I figured I would start the recap blog off with it. It will fit in to the race recap somehow, I promise. During our flight … More Kona 2016 Recap
This is my first race recap. Some friends told me I should do a race report so I can go back and learn from the race in the future. Well, I learned a lot in the process of training for and completing the Ironman, so here goes! Note to future Craig: Ironmans are hard. I … More 2016 Boulder Ironman – Race Report
After 7 amazing years at Rebound Sports and Physical Therapy, I have decided it was time for a change and a new challenge. Starting July 18th, I will be practicing with the bright minds at ProActive Physical Therapy and Exercise Center. While I am very grateful for my time at Rebound and especially the people … More Craig is at a new location!