Today I invite you to join the Strength Running team.
Sign up and you’ll get private access to everything you see below, none of which are available publicly on the blog. It’s my way of thanking you for being part of this special community.
You can use these resources to prevent injuries (see the Strength and Core Ultimate Resource Guide), answer your tough questions (see the Strength Running PR Guide), or simply remember all those wacky exercises from my core and warm-up routines (see the custom-illustrated Stick Figure Routines).
The Circuit Workout
This core and running form drill circuit workout will help you develop specific strength for injury prevention and efficiency. It’s an advanced routine so reduce the number of repetitions or length to make it easier.
The Strength Running PR Guide
An exclusive Q&A guide only available to you, this was put together with the help of the Strength Running Team. It includes 5 sections that cover a range of topics: mileage, pacing, gear, strength routines, fast workouts, improvement, and other random questions posed by your fellow Strength Runners. You helped make this guide possible so thank you for submitting questions!
Strength and Core Routines – The Ultimate Guide
Having trouble deciding what type of core or strength routine to do? Here is a massive compilation of every strength, core, and flexibility routine that I know (and trust/use myself). Done before and after a workout, these exercises can help you recover faster and prevent injuries.
The 2010 Analysis
This is a detailed analysis of my 2010 training: what worked, where I failed, and how I planned to make 2011 even better. There are a lot of lessons to be learned so I hope it can help you become a better runner.
How to Stay Fit on Vacation
Can you have an amazing vacation without sacrificing your running fitness? Yes! With a drastically reduced training schedule, you can come back from your vacation feeling fast and ready to resume normal training.
Dynamic Warm-up Illustrations
Have trouble remembering what exercises are in those routines I recommend? Fear not! Once you’re familiar with the exercises, use these handy print outs to jog your memory on the order and number of repetitions.
- Cannonball Routine (a photo version is also available)
- Standard Core Routine (a photo version is also available)
- Standard Warm-up
- ITB Rehab Routine
- Tomahawk Medicine Ball Workout
The Master Shopping List
Never worry about eating the same 10 foods over and over again. This list has nearly 90 things you can buy on your next trip to the grocery store – from fruit and veggies to seafood and even nut butters. Everything here (well, almost everything) is what I consider a “real food” – so stick with these foods to feel great.
The Obstacle Race Training Report
How can you run a more successful obstacle race? This free report shows you the “5 Universal Truths” of obstacle course races – how to run faster, finish further up in the field, and avoid the mistakes most of us make.
13 Lucky Racing Tips For Your Next Personal Best
Do you want to run faster in your next race? Maybe you want to finally finish strong or run a new PR? I asked 13 top coaches, Boston Qualifiers, ultramarathoners, and even an Olympic Trials Qualifier for their best race advice and pacing strategies.
And I put it together in an ebook for you – for free. I know that one of these race tips will lead to a new personal best. Learn from the experts here and have the race of your life.
Thank you again for joining the team – I have some great things in store so stay tuned.
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About me: I’ve been running competitively since 1998 and have run a 2:39:32 marathon PR. I’m a USATF-certified running coach, the founder and coach at Strength Running, author of 101 Simple Ways to be a Better Runner, and have been featured in major media outlets like Runner’s World, Competitor, the Huffington Post and Lifehacker.