Live Zoom Class – Wednesday’s 5:30 Starting Wednesday 4/22, Karen will be teaching live via Zoom. Attendance will be charged against current class passes. The Zoom class will open at 5:15, and you’ll be in the Waiting Room first (a security measure) then we will admit you to the class. This will allow folks to […]
“No Pain, No Gain” may be an effective marketing slogan, but it is NOT the smartest way to rehabilitate an injury.
A perfect complement to our Monday morning Running Strength & Skills Class, our new online subscription program gives you access to ALL of our current and future running strength, skills, and educational programs for just $15 bucks a month!
Rehabbing from and injury and training for improved performance often puts us in situations of potentially conflicting demands. Here are some tips to find clarity!
This post is a shameless plug for the book Run Fast, Eat Slow by Elyse Kopecky and Shalane Flanagan.
The meaning of the oft-repeated phrase in the rehab world: “Progress to Tolerance”
Most injuries in Endurance Sports fall into four categories
Home gym equipment we love!
Trail running workshop
We all want to train to perform at our best, but may unknowingly be training for a level of minimal competency. Knowing how hard to push and when to stop in exercise and training is a critical variable