The name of this blog is a bit of an exaggeration…maybe. My intent with this blog is to discuss the quick transition that can happen from injured to return to run to training to overreaching. The definition of overreaching is: ‘defeat one’s own purpose by trying to do more than is possible’. I actually laughed … More Tipping Point
Well I have been back to the clinic for over a month now. AND I AM SO EXCITED!! It has been so great to help people in real life. I have felt so spoiled to be able to see people in the flesh although only half of their face but hey I will take it! … More Back to work and the new normal
I know you… I am you. I am runner. For the longest time I ran in fear. Fear that I would not hit the time, fear I was not as good as I wanted to be or as good as my competitors. I have worked really hard to change this but I have learned so much … More COACHING
Are you having some self identity issues since finishing your goal race? Do not become victim to jumping back in to full training and risking injury and/or burn out. Take some time to explore things outside of running that can have a positive impact on your running. Well as I have been harping on in … More My goal race is done… now what?!
I do not even know where to begin this blog post. Yesterday was a pretty big day for me. I ran the Sporting Life 10k in Toronto… and WON!!! Winning was a pretty amazing feeling but even better than that was how confident I felt doing it. Now let’s back up a moment, last … More Sometimes you surprise yourself…
Another day, another race done. This one was tough to get into race mode as I am just coming down from some pretty intense and tiring marathon training. This past week I have had some soreness and due to my approaching goal race I feel as though I am being hypersensitive to any sign of … More Race in Review: Harry’s Spring Run Off Toronto Apr 4, 2015
This is a blog abot my life as a runner and chiropractor. I hope you enjoy!!! You can also find me on Twitter @DrBMoran.