Ahh, yes…finally! The temperatures are dropping, the air is crisp and refreshing (not muggy and overbearing), and the golden light of autumn calls your name, beckons you to be outside. The fall is the dream season for Lowcountry runners—including our CEO Lorraine Lutton, who is thankful for refreshing coolness after summer’s humidity.
Finally, the days are getting warmer and longer, which means one thing: prime running season is about to hit stride. And in Charleston that, of course, means the Cooper River Bridge Run.
In part 3 of a 3 part series, Roper St. Francis podiatrist Dr. Jeff Armstrong provides recommendations for maintaining your health post-race.
In part 2 of a 3 part series, Roper St. Francis podiatrist Dr. Jeff Armstrong provides recommendations for Bridge Run prep the week before the race.
Roper St. Francis podiatrist Dr. Jeff Armstrong offers a 3-part series to help you meet your Bridge Run goals.
You can tell when it’s springtime in the Lowcountry, and not just by the gnats or pollen. Nope, the throngs of runners and joggers out training for the Bridge Run are the surest harbinger of our favorite season. As a doctor, I love to see people out exercising and getting healthier. But as a foot …
You’ve been putting in the miles, running or walking, or maybe a bit of both. You’ve been hydrating. Stretching. Getting plenty of rest. Eating healthfully, balancing your plate with lean proteins, fresh fruits and veggies, some smart carbs. All for one goal: this weekend’s Bridge Run. And it’s finally here … the start line is …