Are you eating enough?

That sounds like a question your Grandma might ask you at Thanksgiving dinner. As silly as the question seems, it’s something many runners should take serious thought in answering. The culture of running often preaches lowering your body weight and “training light”. The act of running can also be an appetite suppressant meaning it takes extra work to meet your …

Mastering the Runner’s Glute Medius

Runners talk about their butt more than any other muscle in the body. Normally, these are frustrated runners airing grievances against a poorly performing posterior. Today, we are covering the the lateral hip, specifically the glutes. We talked about the glute max in part II and will be focusing on the other glutes muscles that make up our glute trio. …

What Should My Hips Do When I Run (Video)?

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 …