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  • Best Mountains in the U.S.

    Posted on February 21, 2019

    Best Mountains in the U.S.

    Mt. Rainier – 14,409’

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    The tallest mountain in Washington that can be seen from anywhere. It is actually an active volcano known as a stratovolcano. Out of all peaks in the contiguous United States, it is the most glaciated. It made the list of the top 16 most dangerous volcanoes in the world. Don’t let that ice fool you. It has lava inside.

    Denali (Mt. McKinley) - 20,308’

    Denali is known as the highest peak in North America. Located in Alaska inside the Denali National Park and Preserve. Denali is the third most prominent peak. It is named after president McKinley.

    Mount Elbert – 14,439’

    Mt. Elbert is known as the highest summit of the Rocky Mountains. It is also the highest point in Colorado. The mountain was named after a Colorado statesman, Samuel Hitt Elbert. This mountain is often called the “gentle giant” due to its easy climbing routes.

    Mount Whitney – 14,505’

    The tallest mountain in California, known as Mount Whitney, is very difficult to climb. With a distance of 22 miles, this is an all-day hike, some people even taking 2 or 3 days. It is the tallest mountain in the contiguous United States. There are bears and marmots here, so be careful!

    Pikes Peak – 14,114

    A well-known mountain located in Colorado. This fourteener is about 12 miles west of downtown Colorado Springs. The name comes from a brave explorer named Zebulon Pike who didn’t reach the summit. Colorado has 53 fourteeners, but this one is one of the most popular.

    Mount Hood – 11,250’

    Located in beautiful Oregon, this stratovolcano is a potentially active volcano in the Cascade Volcanic Arc. It last erupted in 1907. Mt. Hood offers some of the best hiking in the state or Oregon. There’s also beautiful wineries in the nearby territory.


  • Top Ten Fastest Runners: Males and Females - World Records

    Posted on January 28, 2019

    Top Ten Fastest Runners: Males and Females - World Records

    Running is all about who can win the race. Check out this amazing list of runners, both males and females, who hold the world record's fastest time. Surprisingly, many of them are under 10 seconds. These 20 runners are the fastest runners in history. This list


  • RxSorbo Insoles - Which Ones to Buy?

    Posted on September 24, 2018

    RxSorbo Insoles – Which Ones to Buy?
    Ultra Plus Insole ($59.95) – Maximum Support, Stability, Comfort, Pain Relief, and Performance
    Combines a custom integrated stability and support system plus the cushioning comfort and foot strike protection of Sorbothane. Features a lightweight arch component with a deep heel cup. This insole provides maximum support, rear-foot stability and also


  • Are Orthotic Insoles a Better Option than Surgery?

    Posted on September 20, 2018

    Are Orthotic Insoles a Better Option than Surgery?
    Orthotic insoles are a form of physiotherapy involving the feet. Flatfoot, also known as low arch, refers to a medical condition where the arch in the food is either flat or missing. This common deformity often leads to problems that are much more serious, such as ankle arthritis


  • Alicia Sacramone Teams Up with Sorbothane®

    Posted on September 27, 2010

    Developed by an orthopedic nurse specialist, Shocksox® will help prevent impact and overuse injuries to gymnasts, dancers and cheerleaders. These supportive open-toe socks feature a "built-in" Sorbothane® pad that can absorb up to 94.7% of impact shock.


  • September 2010 Marathon Events

    Posted on August 27, 2010

    We at Rx Sorbo® understand that our readers are scattered all across the U.S., and because of that, it may be hard to connect with events/topics that aren't located near your "hood".  We want to provide you and the rest of our readers with updated lists of upcoming events.


  • Rx Sorbo® Weekly Link Round-Up 07/30/2010

    Posted on July 30, 2010

    Wrapping things up for the month of July is this week’s Rx Sorbo® Weekly Link Round-Up.  Its crazy to say that 2010 is already halfway over but hey, time is always ticking right?  Wait no further because this week’s post has some great articles (especially the musically related "Crazy Shoe of the Week").


  • Rx Sorbo® Weekly Link Round Up 07/16/2010

    Posted on July 17, 2010

    This week's Rx Sorbo® Weekly Link Round-up is going to be a little crazy.  We have some great articles/posts that range from ridiculous shoe fashion to running with the bulls.  Grab a drink, kick back your feet and enjoy...


  • Rx Sorbo® Weekly Link Round Up 05/21/2010

    Posted on May 21, 2010

    Rx Sorbo® would like to introduce a new segment to its blog to help connect viewers with topics from across the world that relate to Rx Sorbo® shoe insoles.  Each week we will search the web for articles/stories/reviews/videos/pictures etc. that are linked to running, walking, exercise, merchandise, technology, events, etc ….. basically anything we find interesting; and provide a direct link to that piece (via the web) for you to check out.


  • Dr. Mark Mendeszoon Joins the Rx Sorbo® Advisory Team

    Posted on May 6, 2010

    Dr. Mendeszoon is a Board Certified podiatrist who treats all surgical and non-surgical conditions of the leg, foot and ankle. He is a Sports Medicine Specialist, team doctor at local high schools and team consultant to numerous colleges. A graduate of Harvard Medical School’s Deaconess Hospital, Dr. Mendeszoon is aformer collegiate track athlete and currently an avid  runner. He is coaching high school track & field, is Director of the Maple Leaf Track Club and co-owner of Achilles Running Shops in Ohio and Pennsylvania.


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