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Heels Up – Journey to the Midfoot Strike

Published on February 22, 2013 By Greg

Running form improvements – specifically becoming a lighter foot striker, and landing with your foot under the body – offer the opportunity for significant performance gains and consistent injury-free training. Here is one journey to work through a range of imbalance and immobility issues to allow such improvements to happen.

Making Work Work for Your Running

Published on December 24, 2012 By Greg

Sitting all day is hazardous to your health and to your hard-won training gains. Here are ten ways you can squeeze in more valuable fitness-related work in your office, most of which don’t even require a change of clothes.

Ten Signs You Need to Ditch Your Physical Therapist

Published on April 22, 2012 By Greg

Runners often turn to physical therapy to help recover from injury. As such a costly investment of time and money, you need to make sure you are getting an adequate return. Here are ten signs that you may not be getting what you are paying for.