Running isn’t always a comfortable experience. Personally, I feel “something” during almost every run. Over a month of training, you likely have a couple of terrible sessions, lots of sessions that feel “fine,” and a few runs where you feel like Sara Hall or Eliud Kipchoge. It’s common (maybe expected) to have brief bouts of hip tightness, a sore knee, …
4 KEY questions runners need to answer
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?
“Do I have shin splints?” Let’s give you a framework for figuring out what that pain in your leg is.
Here’s two changes we should make to make stress fracture rehab better.
Running shoes are often seen as the key component to any runner’s injury or their performance on race day, and while we often give running shoes a little bit too much credit in their role in our performance as a runner, they are important because we don’t have any other equipment. When it comes to running, the only thing that …
Taking someone into an antigravity treadmill without the requisite changes in training philosophy, nutritional strategy or stress management is the same as plugging your ears and saying “La la la”.