Monthly Archives: January 2012

Super Bowl Sunday 10K

Dr Paul Had a great experience at Redondo Superbowl 10K.  8th place age group finish, 46.28.  Can you believe 2/10 sec seperated 4th thru 8th place? Should have sprint finished. Keep Running! Dr. Paul R. Copeskey, D.C., C.C.F.C.  

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Doing a Long Marathon Training Run

If you are preparing to run the LA Marathon, this weekend you may be doing a long run of 15-18 miles, or 2 1/2 to 4 hours, depending on your pace.  Another approach could be doing two runs in one … Continue reading

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Are You Sore From Running?

One week ago, following the LA 13.1 half marathon, my web site spiked with requests for IT Band Massage and Foot Pain Taping for Shin Splints.  Additionally, this past week as most of you are starting to take on longer runs … Continue reading

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Thank You for Visiting!

“Thank you all for the more 21,900 visits to my website www.rundocrun.com over the last month.  I pledge to continually share my training and longevity tools I’ve gleaned over the last 35 years, along with keeping you informed of the latest, … Continue reading

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Do You Know What Side of the Road You Should Run On?

As crazy as it may seem, this is often one of the most important things I tell my patients. As the saying goes, “the devil is in the details.”  I have been able to collect some valuable information from 4,000 patients … Continue reading

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