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Respecting Your Capacities: Part 4 — Muscular Endurance with Colin Bailargeon

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Respecting Your Capacities: Part 4 - Muscular Endurance with Colin Bailargeon

In case you missed his first three parts re: capacities, click here, here, and here

In his latest article about respecting your capacities, Colin talks about how your range of motion and muscular endurance is related. He specifically looks into how all of this is connected during running, so if you are hurting after a long (or short) run, this blog is for you. 

“If we are lacking flexion, extension, or rotation range of motion within our hips the force the glutes will be able to generate is greatly diminished (decreased opportunity for spacial summation). As the glute fatigues stability of the limb will be lost and the hamstring, calves, and/or low back will take over the job of moving us forward.”

Read the full post here! 

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Colin Baillargeon

Colin Baillargeon

Colin joined the Renew Crew in February of 2020 as an athlete and a coach shortly after opening Move First - Performance Chiropractic within our very building. Colin is a chiropractor that focuses on movement quality and optimization and believes that well designed strength and conditioning programming paired with intentional recovery is what leads to a healthy, happy body. Colin was on Oklahoma State’s co-ed cheer team, and since has over 10 years of cheer and tumbling coaching, with 3 years of CrossFit coaching and Olympic Lifting and Strongman specialties sprinkled throughout his coaching tenure. His favorite benchmark workout is Grace - ‘cause barbells.

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