Dr. Caitlin Alexander on Long-Term Injuries and Disrupted Motor Patterns

Overuse injuries are common among endurance runners, though we can usually treat them quickly. But what happens when niggles become chronic and turn into long term running injuries?

long term running injury

Training for big goals is inherently risky. Distance runners must push …

Postural Stability: The Hidden Variable of Running Performance

Postural stability is one of the most overlooked aspects of running performance. It’s also one of the most important as it helps you run fast and stay healthy.

Postural Stability

Bodyweight strength exercises help build postural stability for runners

The mechanics …

How to Build Strong & Happy Hamstrings with Duane Scotti

Hamstrings injuries are a real pain the butt. And quite literally, the most common hamstring injury gives you a sharp pain at the top of the hamstring muscle near the glute.

Hamstring Stretch

This hamstring injury is called high hamstring tendinopathy

Performance Coach David Joyce on a Better Framework for Injury Rehabilitation

For decades, runners have always had a singular goal when it comes to injury rehabilitation: “fix” the injury. But what if we’ve been wrong about this goal?

Healthy Running

Endurance athletes and physical therapists have an interesting relationship. We runners …

Tight Hamstrings? How to Know if You Have a Hamstring Strain

Tight hamstrings are incredibly common among endurance runners. And that makes sense – the hamstring muscles are one of the largest muscle groups in the body.

Runners Hamstrings

Look at all those hamstring muscles!

But how do you differentiate between a …

Escape Injuries and Run a New PR: A Behind the Scenes Coaching Call

Injuries are like a central governor to your training: they hold you back, limit your potential, and drag down your performances. How can you escape that injury cycle so you can accomplish more of your goals?

Running Marathon

A long time …

Dr. Victoria Sekely on How to Fix Your Weak Areas, Run More, & Stay Healthy

Identifying your weaknesses and coming up with a plan to fix them helps runners progress and break through performance plateaus. But how do you find the areas that need improvement?

Running Track

One of my primary responsibilities as a coach is …

Dr. Jordan Metzl on Having a Strong Butt and Staying Healthy

Dr. Jordan Metzl wants you to strengthen your butt. It’s integral to running healthier, happier, and with far fewer injuries.

Dr. Jordan Metzl

As the biggest muscle group in the body, the glutes power your stride. When they work well, they give …

How Physical Therapist Chris Johnson Prevents Running Injuries

Preventing your next running injury should always be a top goal for runners. And physical therapist Chris Johnson is here to offer his expertise.

Chris Johnson Physical Therapist

Repetitive stress injuries – or overuse injuries – affect every runner sooner or later. At …

Max King on Athleticism, Strength Training, and How to Thrive in Any Race

Max King is a Renaissance Man of running: whether he’s steepling on the track, mountain running, or racing trail ultras, he thrives at any distance on any terrain.

Max King Running

I first became aware of Max King in 2014 when he …