Advanced Foam Rolling

Foam rolling is an important part of any runner's recovery protocol. Being consistent with foam rolling means that you'll head off problems before they start and give yourself a better chance to run smoothly and efficiently with more flexible muscles.   In order to get the most...

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Which Fall Marathon Should You Run?

If you're thinking about running a fall marathon, now is the time to start finalizing your plans.   I often get asked which marathon to run, and of course the answer differs depending on what your goals are for the race, and what type of marathon you're...

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Q&A: Publix Marathon / HM Tips

New video with some helpful advice and tips for running your best at the Publix Marathon and Half Marathon this weekend in Atlanta.   If you're not in Atlanta or aren't planning on running Publix, no worries -- these tips are great for other races, too!   Let me...

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The #1 Mistake Runners Make

As a coach, a lot of my job is helping to "fix" mistakes that runners are making in their training.   And by far, the most common mistake that I see runners make is doing too much, too soon. It's a mistake that has some pretty serious...

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Monster Walks: Hip strength

It's no secret that strong hips helps you run more efficiently and reduce the risk of running injuries. It probably also doesn't come as a surprise that most runners need to do more to strengthen their hips.   Monster walks are a great exercise to add to...

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Boston Qualifying Case Study: 3:40–>3:30

One thing that runners don’t appreciate enough is that you can’t do the same training from year to year and expect to keep improving.   In order to keep getting better as a runner, you need to make sure that you’re taking stock of where you are...

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Foam Rolling Basics

Foam rolling should be a part of every runner's routine. It helps to improve muscle performance and to promote recovery from training.   This video shows a few of the basic things to keep in mind when starting with foam rolling. If you only take one thing...

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Running Form Drills: B Skips

The more intense your running is, the better warmed-up you need to be. So if you're going to tackle a difficult speed session, you need to make sure that your warm-up drills are appropriate.   High knees and butt kicks are good general warm-up exercises, but if...

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