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The Workout and Recovery Process

In this video, I give you a little throwback to a training video I put together about 7 years ago. The video file may not be HD, but the principles still apply and the message is the most important foundational piece to... 

From Couch to Ultra with Nathan Maxwell

Telling people that you run marathons usually prompts some dumbfounded expressions, but tell them you run ultras and, let’s face it, they’ll probably think you’re nuts. But that’s just a day in the life for Georgia native,... 

How To Change Strength Training As You Get Older

We all know that we need to modify our training as we get older. We can't recover like we used to and we need to target the areas that begin to degrade the most with age. In this video, I am going to look at what the research... 

Grit Over Gift With Dr. Cindra Kamphoff

1. The world’s best are gritty. 2. The world’s best are clear on their purpose. 3. The world’s best become a master of their thoughts. 4. The world’s best know themselves to master yourself. 5. The... 

Do You Have Peroneal Tendonitis? Here is How to Fix it

As runners, we accept that there is a certain amount of risk involved with our sport. When we are well into our Marathon Training Schedule, Hooked On Trail Running, or a first 5k, we hear about the high injury rates. And know... 

Pushing Your Limits – With Matt Fitzgerald

Author, coach, and nutritionist Matt Fitzgerald started running at the age of eleven when he completed the last mile of the 1983 Boston Marathon with his father (who had run the whole thing) and his two brothers. By that time... 

Post-Race Nutrition. Learn How To Make A Speedy Recovery.

You’ve crossed the finish line. Your legs can finally slow down. But your pulse is still racing from the adrenaline. Maybe you met your goal, maybe you didn’t. Next comes post-race nutrition. Either way, you’re done. Spent.... 

Orthorexia: When Healthy Eating Becomes Unhealthy – With Heather Caplan

When you think of dietitians, you probably think of, well, diets. It’s right there in the name, and most dietitians are devoted to helping people follow regulated diets that will, in theory, make them healthier. Heather Caplan... 

Running On The Track. Everything You Need To Know

Unless you’ve spent a bit of time on the track you can finding it to be a very intimidating place. And confusing. Very confusing. I mean do you honestly understand all those marks everywhere? Seemingly placed in random fashion.... 

Staying in the Race: 9 Essential Keys to Avoiding Burnout With Jonathan Beverly

Running isn’t always forgiving. Between injuries, mental ruts, and the curve balls life sometimes throws at us, finding long term success and remaining engaged in the sport can be incredibly difficult, and that’s why Jonathan... 

Can Acupuncture Up Your Game? A Pragmatic Approach to Chinese Medicine with Sarah Hammer Stevens

Now known as the “Acupuncturist for Skeptics”, Sarah Hammer Stevens wasn’t always a believer in this holistic therapy. A longtime runner, Sarah was training for the Portland Marathon a few years ago when she sustained a... 

Can You Really Benefit From Post Workout Massage?

There are few things more coveted by runners than the post workout massage. But, is getting one the best thing to do for your body? Runners are always looking for ways to decrease injury and increase longevity and, according to... 

Back to the Basics: Why You Should Ditch Your Gadgets – With Duncan Larkin

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Planning a 1 or 2 Year Training Cycle

While each runner is unique, in this video we’re going to explain why you need to vary your training for different race distances over the span of one or two years and then outline a few long-term approaches you can... 

What Does It Mean To Become A Masters Athlete

The term masters has a bad connotation. I mean it sounds old. Especially for those “younger masters.” I remember racing the Masters Track and Field Championship at the ripe age of. Wait for it. Thirty. Yes, I was thirty...