How Aaron improved his nutrition to “hardly ever feel tired”

Every day there’s a new fad diet that promises “effortless” weight loss and boundless energy. But ask yourself: do you seriously believe the hype?

Nutrition and Diet Questions

Every diet subculture loves that hype. Go paleo, or raw, or vegan! Ditch the carbs! …

What I’ve Learned from Coaching 1,500+ Runners

2016 is the Year of the Team – and we’re learning why support and an encouraging team can help you accomplish more than you ever thought possible.

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But why are so many runners struggling with inconsistent training, low motivation, …

How Alex recovered from 6 months of knee pain to run his fastest 5k in 10 years

The top mistake I see runners make is not fixing an easily fixable problem. It makes intuitive sense, right?

Alex Runners Knee

But I hear some variation of this almost every day:

It’s now been 3+ months (and two months of PT)

How one beginning runner built his confidence and ran two personal bests

Have you ever noticed that running seems to be entirely mental? Sure, the physical side of training is important. But your inner confidence is just as important!

Mark success story

You might have seen this quote:

“Long distance running is 90% mental

Christie’s Triumphant Return to Running After a Frustrating ITBS Injury

What are the benefits of staying healthy and preventing injuries? Let’s take a look:

  • More fun! Sitting on the sidelines, yearning for a good run, is every runner’s worst nightmare
  • Faster race times by being more consistent (helping you

How Nick Went “All-In,” Lost 60 Pounds, and Ran a 10 Minute 10k PR

In a world where people love “quick fixes,” what’s actually possible if you think long-term?

Nick Weight Loss

This is Nick, a member of the Strength Running community who adopted a “slow fix” mentality – and changed his life.

Nick could have …

5 Reasons to Run Beyond the Marathon

Today, I’d like to introduce you to Christine. After coaching her for over three years, this is the inspiring story of her 12-hour ultramarathon.

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Someone is WAY too happy while running for 12 hours…

Christine started training with me …

Michael’s Back to Back Marathons – With No Bonk, Stress, or Diet Guilt

Michael is a runner who is willing to tackle monstrous goals.

Michael_No Bonk

Not only did he qualify for and run the Boston Marathon last April, he also decided to take on the Boston to Big Sur Challenge.  If you’re not …

Rik’s Speedy IT Band Recovery: 7 Quick Lessons on How to Deal with Injuries

Rik is a runner who sets big goals – actually, ENORMOUS goals that most of us wouldn’t ever dream of imagining.

Rik Running Healthy

At the age of 40, Rik found that he was overweight and prioritized work over fitness. Like many …

How Pete Cured IT Band Syndrome after Months of Frustration… and Ran a Monster 5k PR

Today, I want you to meet Pete, a relatively new runner who improved his 5k from 21:30 to 17:37. Crazy, right?

Peter Running

This is one of the most inspiring success stories I’ve ever seen because Pete overcame so many challenges:…