How to Choose the Right Sports Shoe

Passionate athletes are always looking for any edge they can get. And once you account for size, skill, preparation, and training, what’s left? Equipment. While it’s true that a $400 pair of shoes won’t instantly turn you into an all-star, good shoes and equipment do...

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How to Prepare for the Upcoming Sports Season

Work. School. House chores. Bad weather. There are plenty of obstacles that have kept us from doing the things we love over the past few months, including playing our favorite sports. Most of us have been relying more on our couches and TVs to keep us entertained...

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MLS Laser: A Faster Way to Get Back on the Field

There’s a reason we’re known as the foot and ankle specialists for athletes, by athletes. We love working with active people—from professional soccer stars to Wednesday night beer leaguers. One thing all these athletes have in common? They’re not especially patient...

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Tips for Protecting Your Feet During Footwork

Ready. Set. Wait! First you need to get your footwork done – proper footwork is, after all, the foundation of any good sports activity. And, we know you’ve been out there doing ladder drills and jumping over those ropes. As athletes, we all understand that having a...

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The Importance of Cross Training

As the official podiatric care provider for the Colorado Rapids, our team has the distinct pleasure of working with professional athletes at the top of their games. Our patients have played for World Cups and achieved fame at home and abroad. But even pros who eat,...

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Is My Ankle Broken or Sprained? And What Do I Do About It?

Athletes, often to their own detriment, are normally quite accustomed to “playing through the pain.” This is especially true at the pro level. In fact, according to one study, almost 4 out of 10 players at the 2010 World Cup took painkillers before every game. But...

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Do Soccer Players Even Need to Lift?

Do you even lift?If soccer is your main sport, there’s a decent chance your answer is “no,” or at least “not often.” Why would you need to hit the weights in a game about speed and fitness, in which you play primarily with your feet?Well, actually …Hitting the weights...

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How to Stay In Shape Over the Winter Holidays

Unless you’re playing a winter sport linked with the academic calendar—or just getting out to the slopes every weekend—chances are good that the months of December and January are “off season” for your physical activities. On the one hand, the cold weather and...

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