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Fit for Fargo: 5 things to do before every run

It’s easy to fall into a rut with any kind of exercise. Maybe you always take the same fitness class, or never try heavier weights when you’re lifting, or run the same routes over and over at the same pace. Whatever it is, it’s time to do something different. We’ve been asking tons of questions […]
Jacqueline Palfy 5 min read
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Fueling for Fargo: When and what you should eat

The key to eating right when marathon training? It’s simple, according to Lizzie Kasparek, a dietitian with Sanford Health: Listen to your body. Beyond that? Think about your mileage, your goals and the time of day you run. Then build your food and hydration plan around that. We asked a few questions about what that […]
Jacqueline Palfy 5 min read
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Faces of Fargo: Phil and Ali Faught

Phil and Ali Faught have a lot going on. They just built a house in North Dakota. Phil works as an athletic trainer for Central Cass High School for Sanford Orthopedics & Sports Medicine-Athletic Training Department. Ali stays home with their two kids, Kaldor, 4, and Kai, 2. Beyond that? They’re both training for races […]
Jacqueline Palfy 5 min read
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Fit for Fargo: IT band syndrome

Brett Beil wants you to think about two things: How mobile of a joint your hip is, and how stable of a joint your knee is. Between the two of them lies the iliotibial band, a thick band of fascia that connects the two. When either of those joints weakens, it can make that band […]
Jacqueline Palfy 4 min read
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Get seen fast at a walk-in clinic

Bring your strains, sprains & fractures for care on the same day of your injury
SHN Staff 2 min read