Nike Oregon Project Tracker

The Impact of Aquatics on Distance Running Webinar On-Demand

| Posted in: Aquatic Conditioning, Aquatic Education, HydroWorx, Nike Oregon Project Tracker, Oregon Project, underwater treadmill, Water Treadmill, Webinars

Last month, we hosted a webinar titled, “The Impact of Aquatics on Distance Running.” In this webinar, Pete Julian, Assistant Coach of the Oregon Project Running Team, presented the various ways that he and the coaching staff use water in their athletes’ regular training programs. The Oregon Project was created as a way to get Americans back on […]

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Why Water Worx for Elite Runners and Athletes

| Posted in: Aquatic Conditioning, HydroWorx, Nike Oregon Project Tracker, Oregon Project, Running, Sports Stories, Training Tips, Uncategorized, Water Treadmill

We know that water is extremely beneficial for rehabilitation, pain management, conditioning while injured, etc.  These uses get the majority of the attention, for good reason: they give us all hope, encouragement and excitement as we see visible improvements in people’s lives. But, it is also important to note, and no less amazing, what water […]

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Underwater Treadmill Training Offers Running Advantage

| Posted in: Aquatic Conditioning, Health & Wellness Stories, Nike Oregon Project Tracker, Road to London - 2012 Olympics, Uncategorized, Water Treadmill

After his highly-public move to the states to train with Alberto Salazar and the Oregon Project, Mo Farah continues to break records. People are beginning to wonder just what he is doing to give him that extra edge. Mo and Alberto have credited HydroWorx underwater running as a tool used to help push Mo and […]

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You Don’t Have to Be an Elite Athlete to Train Like One

| Posted in: Athletic Training, Nike Oregon Project Tracker, Road to London - 2012 Olympics, Uncategorized

Maybe you aren’t able to match Mo Farah’s or Galen Rupp’s speed in the 10000m, but that doesn’t mean your athletic prowess doesn’t count.

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Road to London Paved with Dreams of New Medal Designs

| Posted in: Nike Oregon Project Tracker, Road to London - 2012 Olympics, Uncategorized

Piggybacking on yesterday’s story about Mo Farah, here’s a great piece on the 2012 Olympic medals.

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Pre Classic Starts Tonight – Galen, Mo Will Run!

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Galen Rupp and Mo Farah are set for the Prefontaine Classic!

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Kara Goucher – Olympic Hopeful, Mom and Now Author

| Posted in: In the News, Nike Oregon Project Tracker, Uncategorized

Kara Goucher, one of the handful of elite runners who is involved in the Oregon Project, can now add “author” to her list of experiences.

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Kara Goucher One Step Closer to 2012 Olympics

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Thanks to Kara Goucher’s 5th place at this year’s Boston Marathon, the Oregon Project elite runner will be heading up the Team USA women’s marathon squad at the IAAF World Championships in Athletics in late August/early September in Korea.

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Kara Goucher an Inspiration… and Runner's World Cover Model!

| Posted in: In the News, Nike Oregon Project Tracker, Uncategorized

Runner’s World video of Kara Goucher!

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Go Amy Yoder Begley! First Place at the Chicago Shamrock Shuffle!

| Posted in: In the News, Nike Oregon Project Tracker, Uncategorized

Ever done a “shamrock shuffle”?  If you were in Chicago on Sunday, April 10, you could have… after all, Amy Yoder Begley, Beaverton, Oregon, did and snagged an incredible first place win in the 8K race.  Her time?  A sweet 26:50. Congrats, Amy!  We hope the Nike Oregon Project’s HydroWorx helped shave off a few seconds!

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