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5 stretches to help avoid running injuries

Published Aug. 8, 2016

As runners increase their training in advance of the Lake Michigan Marathon on Sept. 4, they also increase their chance of injuries. But a proper warmup and cool down can dramatically reduce the likelihood of injury. Here are some tips from Athletico Physical Therapy:

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3 reasons for optimism and pessimism during the Packers' bye week

Published Oct. 23, 2015

There are plenty of reasons for the Green Bay Packers to feel good about where they're at as they enjoy a Week 7 bye. However, for a team with obvious Super Bowl aspirations, there are some reservations about what this year's team might be able to accomplish in the big picture. Let's look at why there should be optimism - and pessimism - going into the rest of the season.

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Doctor details the problems with oblique injuries for Brewers, Packers

Published Aug. 20, 2014

Key members of the Milwaukee Brewers and Green Bay Packers have suffered oblique injuries this year, but it has affected each differently. OnMilwaukee.com caught up with Dr. Omar Darr of Aurora Health Care to explain what those injuries mean and how they can affect the two sports (and their positions) differently.

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The good, the bad and the odd of the Packers' season

Published Jan. 7, 2014

There was plenty to cheer for during the 2013 Green Bay Packers' season, plenty to shake your head at, and enough to wonder what exactly was going on out there. Here are some of the good, the bad and the odd moments and players that helped define the 2013 Packers season.

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Defining the "Packers Way"

Published Dec. 25, 2013

It is easy to say it's all about the "next man up" when it comes to injuries in the NFL, and the Green Bay Packers are no different than every other team in that regard. But, the way they find and prepare those "next men" is unique, and it defines the "Packers Way."

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