How to Beat 2 Years of Chronic Injuries (and run faster than ever before)

Running injuries can seem common – maybe even inevitable. Whether you’re a new runner or a veteran, they’re a frustrating part of our beloved sport.

frustrated running injuries

And there’s a never-ending list of injuries that you might experience:

  • Hamstring strains
  • Posterior

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.

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.

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.

running fundamentals

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

On Failure

Let’s talk about failure. I’m sure you’re familiar with it as a runner:

  • Missing your weekly mileage goal
  • The wheels falling off during a race (when you knew you were ready for a PR!)
  • Yet another running injury…

How to Train for the Leadville 100: Inside Ian Sharman’s Training Journal

Learning from the best has always been important to me. After all, what better way is there to learn than by studying the experts?

What’s to love about trail running?

Why love trail running? Well… what’s NOT to love?!

I like you, mountains.

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Trail running is a small part of the running world that has …

Suffering for the Love of Running: Amelia Boone on Grit & Passion

Amelia Boone is a force of nature. She’s not only a full-time attorney for Apple, but the most dominant female obstacle course athlete in history.

Amelia Boone Running

But she’s not just the best (if not THE best) female OCR athlete – …

Running isn’t hard (it just takes awhile to learn)

A few months ago, my wife and I took a beginner’s swing dancing class that met every week for five weeks. It was a disaster.

4 Professional Runners Answer: “Why do you love running?”

Running captured my heart in 1998 – and I’ve been running nearly every day since I tied my first pair of running shoes.

Throwback to Lexington High School cross country!! #tbt #xc

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