Shock Wave Therapy

Phillip Shaw DPM is a sports medicine foot and ankle specialist at Washington Foot and Ankle Sports Medicine in Kirkland, and he is recruiting athletes with shin splints for a Shock wave therapy for shin splints – recruitment information. Athletes would receive free evaluation, free shock wave treatment, and free follow-up for their participation. They hope to heal athletes quickly and return them to full training.
Shin splints affect up to 35% of runners, especially novice athletes. Athletes are especially susceptible while increasing mileage and intensity during track and cross country season.
Shock wave therapy is an effective treatment for tendon and fascia pain, but relatively few studies have looked at shin splints (medial tibial stress syndrome). Based on preliminary data, they  expect decreased recovery time (30-50% reduction), good to excellent results in 75-80% of patients, and significantly decreased pain during activity.
 Call 425-899-3234 to sign up, or with further questions or concerns.

Throwers’ Voluntary Practice – Spring Break

Wednesday April 11th @ 3pm

Meet at the practice Discus Ring on the hill. We will be working on Discus (Rotation), Shot Put (Glide), and Javelin techniques. The school will be locked at 3:30pm sharp, so don’t leave anything inside, we will be outdoors rain or shine. Please dress appropriately.

Thanks!

Coach Jerry & Coach Niall

Issaquah vs Skyline and North Creek – April 4

The meet this week is on Wednesday at 4:45pm at IHS Stadium.  Please note that this is a date change, as well as time change from our normal meet format!Parents, if you see that your schedule is open and available, we would love the help, just please let us know.

Entries are posted and please speak to your event coach if you feel you aren’t in the correct events.  Entry deadline is after practice on Tuesday.

Issaquah vs Skyline and North Creek entries

Liberty Invite -results

Liberty Invite photosCongratulations to all athletes that participated in the Liberty Invite yesterday.  The weather was dry and warm.  A perfect day for PR’s and meet records to be set.  The boys team finished 3rd behind Tahoma and Liberty and the girls finished 2nd behind Tahoma.  Outstanding job today

Meet Records were set by:

Luke George  800m – 1:53.44 (previous 1:56.5)

Joey Jensen  Discus – 173’0  (previous 150’4)

Sami Corman 800m – 2:15.91 (previous 2:15.91)

Both Julia David-Smith and Sami Corman broke the meet record in the 1600m – Julia DS- 4:55.90 and Sami 4:57.97 (previous 5:03.3h)

Girls 4×4 Elise Burdette, Mackenzie Crandall, Julia DS and Kenna Clawson- 4:01.67 (previous 4:01.9h)

Liberty Invite Results

Liberty Invite photos by Lawrie

 

 

 

 

 

Julia David Smith sets New School Record!

March 29th, 2018 Issaquah and Mt. Si at Bothell, Julia David Smith broke the 40 year old school record in the girls 3200 that was held by Deanna Coleman. Deanna’s record was 10:42.6 set in 1978. Julia ran 10:29.70 which smashed the old record by more than 12 seconds! Sami Corman also finished under the old record with her time of 10:41.24. Way to run Julia and Sami!

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