Omega Sports is proud to help locals RUN MORE, MOVE MORE and PLAY MORE. Welcome to our content studio filled with great information, helpful guides, videos, and podcasts.
Breathing techniques for runners
Learn breathing fundamentals to running and the role of oxygen flow in deciding what breathing technique is best at different stages.
Health insurance limits your rehabilitation
The shortcomings of health insurance regarding patient rehabilitation with physical therapy and the harmful effects on patients' well-being.
Should you see a physical therapist?
You need a physical therapist that evaluates you to design a treatment strategy tailored to your needs. Here's how.
How to get started running with Programming, Mechanics and Shoes
Use a systematic approach to running as a beginner with three aspects: Programming, Mechanics, and Shoes. Plus, tools to help!
How to find the best physical therapist: 6 things to look out for + 2 things to avoid
Find the right rehabilitation service provider to achieve your health goals. Learn what to avoid and prioritize when finding a rehab provider.
No time to exercise? Try HIIT.
HIIT is an efficient tool with which people can get started in their fitness journey conveniently, especially with a busy lifestyle.
Interview: Craig Carlock, Omega Sports Cannonball Marathon
Craig Carlock talks about the upcoming Omega Sports Cannonball Marathon and how he prepared for the half marathon.
Heart rate based training for runners
Increase running efficiency by using heart rate as a feedback tool to strategically harness the maximum capacity of a runner.
Interview: Coach Claire Bartholic from The Planted Runner
Dr. Matt Minard speaks with The Planted Runner, Coach Claire Bartholic about running and coaching other runners.
Strength Training for Runners: Cross-Training + Resistance Training
Dr. Minard concludes the 3-Part strength training series by explaining how to combine cross-training with resistance training for runners.
Saucony’s Calista Ariel and running with autoimmune and gastrointestinal disease
Calista Ariel, Saucony, shares her passion for running, which remains undeterred even while pushing through health challenges.
Strength Training for Runners: Knees & Ankles
Dr. Minard spotlights the knee and ankle joints explains ways to strengthen the muscles around these joints,
Dizzy? Try Vestibular Rehabilitation
The Kettlebell is the single most crucial piece of equipment every runner, gym, or rehab facility should have.
Strength Training for Runners: Glutes
Learn the role of the hip muscles and pelvis in running, and how training can be tailored to increase efficiency.
Run faster with 3 speed-based training strategies
Are you running slow? These 3 habits may be keeping you from reaching your peak speeds. Find out what they are and how to fix them.