If you want to run a new personal best, you’ve found the right place.
If you’re tired of injuries or not reaching your goals, Strength Running can help.
When you combine the right workouts, mileage, strength exercises, recovery, and “extras” the benefits are obvious:
- Faster workout times, increased speed, and better race results
- Fewer overuse injuries and the confidence to run more
- More consistency in your training and a renewed joy with running
Join the Strength Running Team and we’ll give you the tools necessary to reach your big goals, like running your first marathon or finally losing that extra weight.
We’re a group of tens of thousands of runners who love this sport. Who crave our daily run. And who are passionate about improving.
Will you join us?
About Strength Running
Strength Running began in 2010 and quickly grew to one of the largest running blogs on the web with over 200,000 readers per month. It’s been featured in Runner’s World, Competitor Magazine, USA Today, The Huffington Post, and most other major media.
What makes SR stand out is the quality of our running advice: you won’t find general “4 easy tips for marathon success” posts. Most articles are double the length and quality of other running sites but most importantly provide actionable, proven advice to get you results.
And The Strength Running Podcast features some of the biggest stars in running from 3 x Olympian Shalane Flanagan, author Matt Fitzgerald, and World Silver Medalist Nick Symmonds.
Subscribe to the Strength Running Podcast in iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, or Google Play.
More importantly, everything on Strength Running is guided by Jason Fitzgerald’s unique coaching philosophy – a set of training principles that help runners race faster and stay healthy.
Runners on the team are introduced to this philosophy in an extensive email course (free) that shows them how to improve their finish times while preventing more injuries.
These principles form the core training guidelines that help Strength Running athletes accomplish more than most other runners. Check out our results here and here.
About Jason Fitzgerald
I created Strength Running in early 2010 because I knew I could help runners avoid the mistakes that nearly sidelined my own running. After finishing the 2008 New York Marathon in 2:44, I developed a severe ITB injury. I was sidelined for six months, wondering if I would ever be able to run pain-free again.
But that injury transformed my thoughts on running healthy and injury prevention. My training changed dramatically and I finally “cracked the code” of my constant injury cycle.
With my new training philosophy, I’ve only had one injury since 2009. I’ve since run more than ever and ran a 5+ minute PR at the Philadelphia Marathon in 2:39:32.
I was the overall 1st-place winner at the 2011 Moraine Hills Half Marathon, 2012 Maryland Warrior Dash, and 2013 Potomac River Run Marathon.
Strength Running is where I share what I’ve learned to help you be a better runner.
In addition to being a USA Track & Field certified coach, I’m the author of 101 Simple Ways to be a Better Runner and Running for Health and Happiness. Both books were #1 best-sellers in the running category on Amazon.
I’m a part of the Greatist Expert Network and have written for publications like Competitor Magazine, Runner’s World, Daily Burn, and Active.
I’ve been running competitively since 1998 and ran for Connecticut College, where I was a New England Qualifier and top ten finisher in the 3,000m Steeplechase. But my real love is cross country, where I was a Varsity team member for three years and received the “Most Improved” award in 2005.
I’m married and live in Denver, CO with my (growing!) family.
Feel free to email me anytime at email@example.com. You can also follow me on Twitter or Instagram.
Please see my Contact Page for additional ways to work with me.
Join the Strength Running Community
But SR isn’t about me – it’s about YOU. Ready to join the team and improve your running?
I’ve put together a special collection of team-only goodies – including an entire mini-course on how to run faster and get healthy . You’ll also get instant access to two free ebooks.
Sign up here and I’ll send your first book!
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