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.

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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?

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

How to Lift at Home with Strength & Conditioning Coach Scott Caulfield

Running is one of the most accessible sports out there. Just lace up your shoes and you can run virtually anywhere. But if you can’t get to a gym, how do you lift weights?

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Strength training requires equipment. …

Running 50 Marathons in 50 States with Marathon Training Academy’s Angie Spencer

Running a marathon is challenging. Running consistent marathons is even more difficult. But 50 marathons in 50 states… with the last one being your Personal Best is truly demanding.

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The 50 State Marathon Club is an elite group. …

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 …

Olympian Emma Coburn on Momentum, Training Staples, and Extending Her Season

Emma Coburn is one of the most dominant runners on the planet with an Olympic Bronze, a World Championship title, and a World Championship runner-up just in the last few years (among many other accomplishments).

Emma Coburn Running

And her primary event …

Coach Abby Stanley on Athletic Development and Making the Most of Your Training

One of the more interesting questions a coach can be asked is, “How do I keep improving for years and years?” How provocative! And valuable!

 

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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 …

The Ingredients of Improvement: How Doug Hay Progressed Over 10 Years

Progress is what made me fall in love with running in 1998. If I put in the work, I improved – and that was intoxicating.

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Jason leading a 2-mile in 2002

In hindsight, running is what created my growth …