September 8, 2019

Squatting 101

Squatting 101 Disclaimer: this blog is basic. It’s meant for the average layperson who may be entering a gym for the first time or an individual […]
September 3, 2019

Preparing For Your Next Race

Preparing For Your Next Race In this episode of Fitness With Feldman, Just talks about some easy race prep recommendations for the upcoming Dutchess County Classic. […]
September 2, 2019

Ironman Maine 70.3 Race Review

Ironman Maine 70.3 Race Review Captain’s log, Day 1: headed up to Maine for my 70.3 Half Ironman. Vanessa is at the helm and I’m lucky […]
August 18, 2019

Ironman Lake Placid Recap

John’s Ironman Lake Placid Recap Now that a couple of weeks has passed, and Justin, Ashley, and Kim have gotten the cleverness out of their system, […]
August 14, 2019

Performance Anxiety

Performance Anxiety In this episode of Fitness With Feldman Justin is joined again by Vienna Costanzo and this week they are talking about performance anxiety.  This […]
August 4, 2019

Ironman Lake Placid

Ironman Lake Placid 2019 Today’s blog is going to be a bit of a circle back to one of my earlier posts for the year. I’m […]
July 28, 2019

Pinch In Your Hip

Pinch In Your Hip? Let’s Chat   Squat. Pinch. Ouch. Hip Pain. Sound familiar? I’ve had it, my fellow soccer player has had it, as has […]
July 27, 2019

The Mind Side Of Sports

The Mind Side Of Sports This week on Fitness With Feldman, Justin is joined by Vienna Costanzo, Vienna is a licensed mental health counselor, she specializes […]
July 21, 2019

How Your Calf Works

They both are in the back part of the lower leg and attach across the back of the heel through the Achilles tendon. The soleus only crosses the ankle joint whereas the gastroc crosses both the ankle and the knee joint. Consequently, the gastroc will also be affected by knee position and in fact, if the knee is bent then the gastroc actually can't help point the toes. On the other hand, as mentioned in Part I, the soleus is always active in pointing the toes because it only crosses the ankle joint.