Lindsey Hein on Elites, Podcasting for Runners, and Training with Kids

Lindsey Hein is the host behind the I’ll Have Another podcast for runners. And after 160+ episodes, she’s ready to share what she’s learned from pro runners around the world.

Lindsey Hein

Lindsey has always been a runner. She ran cross …

How to Optimize Your Post Workout Recovery, with Christie Aschwanden

Today, every runner is looking for an edge that will help them improve. And no area is more robust for improvement than your post workout recovery.

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How should your post workout recovery be structured?

Recovery is the opposite …

Sarah Canney on the 2019 World Snowshoe Running Championships

Meet Sarah Canney, the 9th place finisher at the 2019 World Snowshoe Running Championships. We’re going to show you how cool snowshoe running can be today!

Sarah Canney Snowshoe Running

Running on snow in a pair of glorified tennis rackets was never …

Megan Roche on Being a Happy Runner

Of all the ways that you could improve as a runner, none is more powerful than honing your “mental fitness” to beat anxiety, improve consistency, and boost motivation.

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That’s because in 2019, we’ve largely figured out how to train …

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:

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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!