Tagged: Fleet Feet

Improve Your Running Form Clinic

Posted on31. Mar, 2011

Join Fleet Feet Sports Boulder on Thursday March 31st at 7:15pm for a free clinic about running mechanics and how to run injury free. Watch highlights from video gait analysis demonstrating proper form and learn about: How common gait faults increase running injuries How running shoe design, running physics and strength drills can help mitigate […]

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Steady and Strong Strength Clinic

Posted on24. Feb, 2011

Join NSCA certified trainer and running coach Pam Landry on Thursday, February 24 at 7:15 pm at Fleet Feet for a great, free 45 minute total body functional strength clinic. Pam will lead you through a unique and effective strength workout that you can replicate at home. The routine provides a truly integrated and functional approach by incorporating a special combination of precise strength training exercises followed immediately by specially chosen stretches for all of your opposing muscle groups.

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Fleet Feet Cross Country Fun Run to Raise Money for Volunteer Fire Fighters

Posted on30. Oct, 2010

Fleet Feet Sports in Boulder is putting on a Cross Country Fun run to benefit the Boulder County Volunteer Fire Department on Saturday, Oct. 30, at 2:15. The course will be run on the 3.3km cyclocross circuit that will be later used in the day for the Notrh American Cyclocross Trophy National Series featuring top pros.

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Setting Goals

Goal Setting Clinic

Posted on18. Mar, 2010

Some of your greatest achievements can happen when you identify and pursue your goals. And your individual goal orientation style greatly influences how you create and develop your own athletic goals.

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Last Minute Gift Ideas for Runners

Posted on22. Dec, 2009

Sometimes no matter how hard you try, the final weeks leading up to the holiday just seem to slip away and you are left with a few days left for finding gifts for loved ones and friends. Here are suggestions from some of Boulder’s best.

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TransRockies 101

Posted on12. Nov, 2009

Most people call it the best summer camp experience for adults. Come to a fun and inspiring talk at Fleet Feet about the 2010 TransRockies adventure races — the world’s most wild and rugged mountain bike or run stage race.

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Knee Pain Clinic

Posted on12. Nov, 2009

Knee injuries are some of the most common among athletes who participate in sports like skiing, running, soccer, and football. There’s also a higher incidence of knee injuries and chronic knee problems among women, whose body design makes them more vulnerable than men to the condition. Even if you haven’t experienced knee pain, you probably know someone who has.

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Winter Fashion Show» Fleet Feet Sports

Posted on10. Nov, 2009

Go ahead and pamper your sporty side at Fleet Feet’s Winter Fashion Show. If you’ve attended any of these before, you’ll know it’s a great time and an extremely popular event! You’ll see all that’s stylish and functional in winter apparel on our models, who come in all shapes and sizes.

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Fleet Feet Muscle Restoration Clinic » Review

Posted on09. Nov, 2009

Fleet Feet Boulder puts on a number of clinics, group runs, and classes and these are a great benefit to the community. When I saw on their email blast that Josh Shadle, owner of Tri Massage, was putting on a free Muscle Restoration Therapy clinic, I quickly RSVP’d.

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Muscle Restoration Clinic at Fleet Feet Boulder

Posted on28. Oct, 2009

Therapist Josh Shadle will lead a short talk at Fleet Feet Boulder and offer demos about how muscle restoration can ease pain and aid in recovery. By getting your muscles to function properly, you can eliminate and prevent muscle pain and joint instability.

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Wonderland Lake Lollipop from Fleet Feet Boulder

Posted on19. Oct, 2009

The Fleet Feet Sports Fun run often does this 5.6 mile loop up around Wonderland Lake. A great run from downtown, or use it to connect to more trails to the North.

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