Doc Smith, founder of the Pasadena Pacers, is a great friend and source of running wisdom. His article goes deep into why you should develop the body’s core as the platform for your body to run strong, balanced, and injury free. TL;DR – build strength in the muscle sets between your chest and your thighs (continue)
Dog running tips to make your runs safer and more fun! 1. Scan ahead as you run. This gives you time to stop or change routes if you don’t like what you see. Rattlesnakes, stray dogs, horses, and mud are a few hazards to consider. 2. Rethink using both ear buds. Trails can be busy (continue)
It was about 8 months ago when I noticed changes in Sophie’s behavior. When you’re together for 22 hours out of the day, you notice when things are slightly off…like her not seeing the tennis ball before her while playing fetch. Or always missing the first step on stairs and bumping her chin before recovering. (continue)
Your pups are the stars!
Paws in Motion always shares pictures and videos from your dog’s run.
This video cuts together footage from many of those adventures. Enjoy!