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How To Fit Strength Training Into Your Running Routine

How To Fit Strength Training Into Your Running Routine Strength training is just as important as running in your routine. Evidence shows us that it plays a vital role in boosting speed, improving muscle endurance and preventing injuries. However, many runners struggle...

Foam Rolling After A Run

Hey Runners! As you all know, foam rolling is one of those necessary evils. If you train frequently and run long distances, muscle recovery is essential for longevity and injury prevention. Foam rolling is the best way to get muscle relief and recovery (unless of...

Find and Fix Your Strength Imbalances

Runners tend to a have one leg that’s stronger than the other. This asymmetry is typical (and not just in runners), but it can significantly limit your running performance and lead to injury. In this article, I’ll show you how to test your body, find your...

How to Plan Your Training Week To Run Faster Without Injury

Successful runners have three things in common: they work their butts off, they’re stubborn as hell, and they plan their training to a T. The reality is, a runner who doesn’t plan will likely get injured and never reach their true potential, because without a plan...

How to Foam Roll Your IT Band: 5 Physio Tips

Here are my simple tricks that make rolling more comfortable and overall much more effective. Firstly, if you’re a runner, foam rolling is a must. No excuses! Not only will it relieve tight muscles but it can also prevent common running injuries like ITB Syndrome and...

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