Strength Coach Tony Gentilcore on Deadlifts: Form, Dangers, and Function

Studying different sports and disciplines is a great way to develop your understanding of running. The commonalities and underlying principles are often universal.

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A few years ago, I was an instructor at an adult fitness camp. For four days, …

How a Physical Therapist (and 2:24 Marathoner) Prevents Injuries

Inside information is often a key competitive advantage. When it comes to the stock market, that advantage is so large it’s even illegal!

Verrelle Wyatt Physical Therapy

But when it comes to running, inside information isn’t illegal or even frowned upon. In fact, …

Jason Koop on Coaching Competence and Smarter Training

‘Improvement’ is why I fell in love with running. Seeing my ability to run further or faster improve over time became intoxicating.

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Racing the 2-mile for Lexington High School, 2002.

My addiction to improvement and progress was, in hindsight, …

Yoga for Runners with Yogi Sage Rountree

Long gone are the days when yoga was practiced only by the fringe. Now, it’s used by the best athletes around the world to improve their performances.

Yoga for Runners

But is yoga for runners a different experience than yoga for everyone …

Running Your First Marathon? Listen to this Behind the Scenes Coaching Call

Running your first marathon is exciting, terrifying, and rewarding at the same time. This post will help you make it less terrifying and more rewarding!

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Before I ran my first marathon, I made a lot of mistakes:

  • I foolishly

The Beginner’s Guide to Running Your First Marathon with Angie and Trevor Spencer

Running your first marathon can be daunting, especially if you haven’t been training for years already. If you have questions, you’re in the right place!

Alex Hutchinson on the Limits of Human Endurance

Throughout history, humans have doubted their own abilities. For some reason, we love self-imposed limitations…

Mount Everest

Everest: the top of the world

In the 1940’s, running a mile under four minutes was considered by many scientists to be impossible.

Today,

How Sam Plans to Escape His Cycle of Injuries

Learning from the best is important – because “the best” are, by definition, the individuals at the top of the game.

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This paradigm is noticeable everywhere:

  • Entrepreneurs read biographies (I’m reading Buffet right now) and join mastermind groups
  • Aspiring

How to Balance Running in Your Life, with Keira D’Amato

Most of us don’t have six hours per day to dedicate to running. Though if we did, I’m sure we’d all love that freedom!

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But in reality, we have to make time and shuffle our schedules to accommodate all …

How Tyler Andrews is Chasing the 50K World Record

Stretch goals – those that are on the border of possible and impossible – are the most exciting type of goal to set.

Tyler Andrews 50k world record training

Tyler Andrews; photo by by Melanie Ng

They’re often so challenging, difficult, and outlandish that they …