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Dr. Beck in the Beer Mile

Dr. Edward Beck Runs the Beer Mile

Capitol Rehab of Arlington’s Dr. Edward Beck ran the Pacers Running Great North American Naughtical Beer Mile over the weekend, swilling down four 12-ounce cans of Budweiser before every quarter mile lap in one of the toughest, though shortest, endurance races out there. Running in the elite Masters Men category, Dr. Beck finished at a time of …

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Crank Your Workouts: Burn More Fat

Have you ever been frustrated over a lack of results from your workout routine? If so, you are in good company. Even the most seasoned athletes experience times when their results plateau. When you continue to put in the same effort day after day with little or no results it is safe to say that …

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6 Post-Race “Must Do’s” For The 1/2 and Full Marathon Runner

I ran the Inaugural Woodrow Wilson Half Marathon this past weekend.  Having trained for a full marathon in the past, I took the challenge of 13 miles a bit lightly.  Although the race went fairly well, my various post-race symptoms ranged from soreness through my lower body to an unyielding case of lightheadedness. I was …

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Active Release Technique and Runners Injuries

In a couple of weeks I am heading to Minneapolis to take my spine certification in Active Release Technique.  I am extremely excited about this particular credential because it will complete my full body training (Upper Extremity, Lower Extremity and Spine) in the Active Release Technique. Although I have been treating soft tissue syndromes and …

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