#1449, Leda Blas, Heather Moore, Running


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Leda Blas & Heather Moore Dr. Heather Moore is here to help us decide if running is the right exercise for you. Leda Blas is back to get our butt's back in shape time for spring! So, let's get started! Heather Moore Dr. Heather Moore is a nationally recognized doctor of physical therapy and a member on the United States Olympic Committee sports medicine team. She has treated thousands of athletes, from professional to collegiate to high school and weekend warriors. Her work has included time on the PGA and LPGA tours. Heather was a Division I swimmer and water polo player at the University of Maryland and she is currently an avid distance runner.She has written articles for numerous magazines and journals, and her book, "Run Better, Not Less", breaking down how to treat the aches and pains associated with running. Is Running Right For You? If you have never ran before, simply start with a walk or a jog. Start small. Don’t wear a gps watch or anything that shows your pace. Listen to you body. We get into a lot of trouble when we silence our bodies. Running is not the end all be all of exercise. You really have to determine which exercise is best for you. There are so many factors! If you hate running, find an alternative you enjoy. On your first run, a lot can go wrong, and a lot of questions can arise. If you feel pain for more than 1 or 2 strides, stop. It is imperative that you listen to your body. You can really cause yourself injury with dehydration. It really is just not lacing up your shoes and running out the door. Go to an actual running shoe store! That needs to be dealt with with someone who can analyze your feet and shape of your foot. Leda Blas Leda is a Certified Personal Trainer and Fitness Nutrition Specialist with over 30 years in the Fitness Industry. She was one of the First Trainers to be Certified as a Body Pump Instructor in the US. She specializes in Corrective Exercise and Group Fitness. Leda and her husband Tom started B&D by Tom and Leda, offering 1-on-1, Group Training, Kids Classes and Self Defense Seminars for all Ages. How To Get Your Butt In Shape For Spring Your buttocks are made up of three muscles: the gluteus maximus, gluteus medius, and gluteus minimus. The largest muscle in the body is the gluteus maximus. Located at the back of the hip, it is also known as the buttocks. In hip flexion all portions internally rotate the hip and it has shown that at 90` of hip flexion the leverage of medial rotation of Gluteus medius is increased eight folds. Glutes medius is an extremely important muscle in maintaining frontal plane stability of the pelvis it forms with the ipsilateral tensor fascia latae and contralateral quadratus lumborum a lateral fascial sling whose main role is to provide frontal plane stability. Squats are the most basic and important exercise for getting a bigger booty. Stand straight with feet hip-width apart, tighten your stomach muscles, lower down, as if sitting in an invisible chair, and straighten your legs to lift back up. To add resistance, add bands right above your knees like you would in a clamshell workout. If you are one of those who want to shrink your booty, you can start working the muscles surrounding the glutes. Thank You! A big thank you to our guests, Leda Blas and Dr. Heather Moore, and to all of our One Life Radio listeners. Check out heather's book “Run Better, Not Less” if you’re a runner, or thinking of becoming one. We truly appreciate each and every one of you. If you’d like to hear more from One Life Radio, please subscribe to our podcast. If you have any hot ideas or burning questions, email us at info@oneliferadio.com. Bernadette loves hearing from listeners. And, last but never least, thank you to our sponsors. We couldn’t do the show without you; Sunwarrior, Enviromedica, VEGWORLD Magazine, Paleo Magazine, the Well Being Journal and the ISSN. Visit our sponsor page for some great offers just for One L...

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