Bart Yasso – the Mayor of Running – on a Lifetime of Running Bliss

Bart Yasso is a legend in the running community. And as the “Mayor of Running” and Chief Running Officer at Runner’s World, he’s one of the most recognizable faces in the sport.

Project: Runner is here!

Over the last few weeks, we’ve seen how powerful it is to focus on the fundamentals – and how critical it is to avoid common beginner mistakes.

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The next big question is:

How do we make running for beginners

How to Set Ambitious (but realistic) Running Goals

Over the last week, we’ve started to discover what it really takes to become a consistent, injury-free runner.

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Jason racing cross country in high school.

3 Lies that Beginner Runners Should Ignore

New runners have every reason to be excited – there’s no doubt that running has the potential to change your life.

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Just look at the benefits:

  • Better overall health
  • More strength
  • Higher cardiovascular fitness
  • Increased confidence
  • You look better

The Thrill of Being a New Runner (and a bonus podcast!)

Starting to run is an exciting time to be alive – like your first day of college or having your first child.

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Just think back to when you started running…

The endorphins. The rush of beginning a new sport …

Podcast #11: The Big Q&A Episode on Consistency, Increasing Motivation, and More

When I started running, I had a million questions – most of them about those weird looking short shorts.

As you can see, now I embrace them:

Introducing… The Year of Fundamentals

Happy 2017! This is going to be YOUR year… when you finally break out and achieve more than what you first thought possible.

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Every year on the Strength Running blog, I announce a theme. This helps guide my …

Master Your Mental Training with Dr. Justin Ross

Isn’t it funny how runners usually focus all their energy on training – when their psychology is arguably a lot more important?

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The great Yogi Berra quote is about baseball, but it might as well be:

Baseball is 90%

Q&A with Coach: Why do I keep getting injured if I’m strength training?

A few years ago, I went down the injury rabbit hole:

  • Bought and devoured over 10 running books in less than two months (my recommendations)
  • Attended a “Yoga for Injury Prevention” class (waste of time)
  • Surveyed tens

How Lara Redefined Success and Became More Confident and Consistent

Runners often look at success in terms of numbers – like a new personal best or distance covered.

But that leaves out many others aspects of success. For Lara – a runner I’m going to introduce you to today …