Strength training produces better runners. But many runners are confused about what type of strength training to do. We know that runners should engage in
Runners: How to fuel for your training and races.
When you’re training for a race or maintaining a certain level of fitness, certain food principles can help maximize your training efforts. A little science
Lactate, the lactate shuttle, and lactate threshold workouts in polarized training
Most athletes poorly understand a small molecule known as lactate. Lactate is a fuel source for our cells, and we can train to use lactate more efficiently. The
Proximal hamstring tendinopathy- a true pain in the butt
Proximal hamstring tendinopathy (PHT) is one of just a few overuse runners' injuries that can be quite a bear to manage. It truly is a pain in the butt. You
Polarized training for everyday runners: Part 1
Most all elite endurance athletes and their coaches utilize a polarized training program. Most untrained or casual runners do not use a polarized training
Overtraining and how to avoid it
Most runners run too fast on their slow days and too slow on their fast days. Most runners/cyclists are not adept at understanding load management. Instead of
PM 2.5 levels, air pollution, and our health
You should check the AQI level before you exercise. Let's talk about air pollution... more precisely PM 2.5 levels. If you go outdoors, you need to read
Walk, Exercise, Running, and Living with Knee Arthritis
How many of you have been told to rest and stop running or exercising because you have knee arthritis? Far too many people (including healthcare professionals)
Exercise and Knee Arthritis Pain: The science of why it works.
Osteoarthritis is usually not a mechanical wear and tear process. If you have osteoarthritis, exercise will not wear out your knee joints faster — quite the
Can Running Prevent Arthritis ?
Running does not cause arthritis. This is actually not a new finding. Researchers have known for years that running will not cause arthritis. Runners, in
Running: Intensity and sport specific weight training improves performance
There are very few runners who are satisfied with their race times. Many are "training" ... but as we know, most runners will not train properly. Most focus
Video: The Runners Knee: Do you need an MRI? Do you know why it occurs?
The Runners Knee or anterior knee pain syndrome is a very common cause of pain in the front of your knee. Runners of all ages can suffer from a runners knee.