November 2013
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Finding the Perfect Shoe to Improve Your Workout
Don't Get Sidelined this Fall Season: Follow these Sports Safety Tips!
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Hello and welcome to our November e-newsletter!

November is the official start to the holiday season.  We start planning our Thanksgiving meals, begin shopping for our loved ones, and generally get into the holiday spirit!

Read along for exciting Tri-Rehab happenings and tips on staying fit and living a healthy lifestyle.



Finding the Perfect Shoe to Improve Your Workout

By Becky McFalls, Adapted from

To improve your workouts, look for a high-qualify shoe with a good fit that is specific to the activity that you will be using them for:


Walking: Walking shoes are stiffer and heavier than running shoes and provide more support because your foot rolls from heel to toe more slowly than when you run.


Running: Running shoes are more flexible with extra cushioning to handle the greater impact. An average pair of running shoes should be replaced every 350-400 miles. Once the back of the shoe is worn out, the shoe starts to feel uncomfortable and less supportive. Running shoes are designed for forward motion, so they don't support you well when you move in other directions such as basketball and step aerobics.


Specialty:  Specialty shoes exist for sport specific activities that you engage in several days per week such as weight lifting, cycling, hiking, tennis, basketball, soccer, and more.


Don't Get Sidelined this Fall Season: Follow these Sports Safety Tips!
By The Youth Sports Safety Alliance

The fall sports season in full swing. Youth sports give kids an opportunity to learn teamwork, get physically fit and socialize. Regardless of what fall sports they participate in - football, soccer, cross country, volleyball and the like - injuries like sprains and strains can be all too common. What can you do to keep your young athletes safer on the field?  




Here are tips from the Youth Sports Safety Alliance to help protect them from sports-related injuries:


Get a physical examination

Physical exams can determine if your children are healthy enough to play and can also detect any pre-existing conditions that may affect their performance.


Use proper protective gear

Before purchasing new youth sports equipment, have your child try it on. Ensure the gear fits correctly and is neither too big nor too small. If your child already owns gear, however, examine it closely for wear and tear that may affect its performance.


Warm up before every practice or game

Doing a regimen of warm-up stretches before taking to the field can reduce the likelihood of an injury. A light jog can also help ease muscle tensions.

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