The hip is a complex beast. It’s got lots of muscles, tendons, fascia, blood vessels, and other internal structures. It needs to be… Mobile enough to get through our day to day life. Strong enough to help us kick into extra gear when we are on the track. Durable enough to keep us efficient on a longer effort. How does …
The hip gets blamed for a lot of running problems. What does the hip actually do? In this video, I break down the key things you need to know about hip anatomy, how our hip functions when we run, and what you can do to develop strong, sturdy hips for training and racing. Let’s talk about your hips. I don’t …
High school runners are the population I’ve worked with the most in my career. I’ve made many mistakes in working with them and have learned a lot! I wanted to dive into five key things we can do to keep our high school runners happy and healthy.
Optimizing bone health for runners is key. Lifting weights is really good for our skeleton. Coordinating lifting and running can be a challenge. This video highlights a key principle you NEED to know when combining the two. Coffee anyone?
We complicate combing distance running and strength training. Let me give you a simple progression to ease your mind and get you strong.
“Do I have shin splints?” Let’s give you a framework for figuring out what that pain in your leg is.
Three tips for using muscle contractions to prevent stress fractures.
Squats are tough. They are also vital for strong running bones. Check out the three crucial squat variations I have runners master.
Here’s two changes we should make to make stress fracture rehab better.
Kettlebell swings are a great exercise. There are a few reasons I don’t perform them with runners.