Nothing like a PR!

Nothing like a PR!

Due to popular demand, our office, The Center for Integrated Medicine, is teaming up with coach Paul Magsombol of Tenacity Performance Training to co-host a FOURTH FREE runner’s workshop, titled 5 Tips to a 2017 PR.  The workshop date is Wednesday, January 11, 2016 at 7:00 PM.  There will be a group run of 3-4 miles leaving from Tenacity Performance Training at 6:00 PM with the workshop to follow immediately after. We will have hot chocolate for you afterwards. The workshop will run from 7:00-8:30 PM. Tenacity Performance Training is located at 9428 179th Street in Tinley Park, IL. Please click HERE for contact information. Bring your workout clothes, running shoes, your passion for running and your enthusiasm to the workshop.

There is plenty of running information and misinformation out there on the internet and social media. There is even a sizable list of self-proclaimed running “gurus” that base training off dated principles and personal anecdotes rather than the latest research. Some of these gurus lack systematic processes and procedures to assess runners and adapt their training for performance enhancement and injury prevention. Unfortunately, dogma and misinformation are prevalent.

A range of 30-70% of runners are injured every year. This is a unusually high number, yet you wouldn’t consider running a dangerous sport on par with football, hockey, rugby or some of the extreme (X) sports. Even more runners aren’t able to achieve peak performance. Not everyone can train the same way, race the same way and get the results they want. We are all unique, yet there are some underlying and unifying principles that you should know that consistently lead to exceptional performances and injury reduction.

PR Board: Carpe Diem - Size the Day!

PR Board: Carpe Diem – Seize the Day!

This workshop covers 2 key topics:

  1. The scope of the problem: Why is there an unusually high number injured in a “safe” sport? Why could your training get you into trouble or out of trouble?
  2. Provide 5 tips to stay injury free & PR in 2017

We are limited to the first 20 that RSVP due to space limitations. RSVP by calling The Center for Integrated Medicine at 708-532-2346 or emailing chris.sendzik@thecfim.com. We look forward to seeing you on Wed Jan 11, 2017 at 7:00 PM.  “Why Put Off Feeling Good?”

About The Presenter

Dr. Pappas is a chiropractic physician, certified athletic trainer and certified strength and conditioning specialist. Dr.

Dr. Dino Pappas

               Dr. Dino Pappas

Pappas blends the best of physical medicine with the best of integrated medicine to help patients and athletes of all shapes and sizes. He utilizes tools such as chiropractic manipulation, soft tissue work (IASTM, Graston, myofascial release, neural mobilization and joint mobilization), biomedical acupuncture, functional movement based assessment, the McKenzie Method, strength training and conditioning, kinesiology taping, customized nutrition and specialty laboratory testing (blood, saliva, urine, and stool) when needed. Dr. Pappas’ clinical focus is sports medicine, conservative orthopedics, rehabilitation and integrated medicine. His sports medicine interests are endurance athletes, overhead athletes (pitchers, throwers, volleyball players and tennis players), contact sports athletes (football, rugby, lacrosse, field hockey, soccer and basketball) and Crossfit athletes. He has worked with athletes at all levels from professional to amateur. He reads and interprets the medical literature daily to stay abreast of cutting edge advances in his field. The doctor is currently a sports medicine volunteer for Andrew High School in Tinley Park, IL. He is an avid runner and aspiring triathlete having completed 5 marathons, 5 half marathons and numerous 5 and 10k races. The doctor is also active in the local, suburban Chicago running scene. He has goals of qualifying and competing in the Boston and New York Marathons, the Ironman in Kona, Hawaii, and climbing Mt. Kiliminjaro in Kenya, Africa. He recently completed the Pikes Peak Ascent , a half marathon to the 14,115 foot summit of Pikes Peak. One day he hopes to serve his country as a team chiropractor for the United States Olympic teams and serve as a team chiropractor for one of the professional teams in Chicago. His mantra is “Why Put Off Feeling Good?” He can be reached by email at drdinopappas@gmail.com or at 708-532-2346. ***

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