Weekend Warriors Don’t Have to be Weekend Wreckers

By Lance Madigan
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Let’s face it … by the weekend, each of us is ready to get out there, forget we have been sitting in the office the last five days, and get at it. It might be cycling, climbing, competitive sports or even trying to tackle that yard or garden.  But how do you prevent the recreation from coming back to haunt you for the rest of next week?

5 Common Causes of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

By Rhonda Marsh
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“My hands hurt all the time.” 

“It feels like all of my fingers are asleep.” 

“I keep dropping everything, I can’t even feel it when I’m holding my cup.” 

 

Sound familiar? Most people have known someone with carpal tunnel syndrome before, perhaps a co-worker or family member.  Even though we’ve all heard of carpal tunnel, there are many misconceptions about what it actually is. So, let’s look at what carpal tunnel is and sign you can look for. 

Marathon Season: Here are some training tips to keep you in the race

By Tim Beery
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The weather is warming, the cherry blossoms are falling from the trees and spring has sprung across the beehive state. With warm temperatures and stunning natural beauty, Utah is a hotbed for spring and summertime races and relays. Trail runs, marathons, half-marathons and relays keep the Wasatch Front active during the warm months and any physically taxing race requires training to perform your best, but training too hard too quickly can lead to injuries.