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If you’re a runner then you’ve probably heard that strength training is important in order to develop power to run faster and also vital for preventing injuries. Even further, strength training that incorporates unilateral exercises is key.  Not only does working each side of the body help to identify imbalances but it also works to correct […]
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If you’ve been a runner long enough, you probably have your own comeback story.   It usually goes something like this: you pick a badass (lofty) goal, start training for said badass goal, make rookie mistake (veterans are guilty too) and find yourself with a running related injury.   Maybe it’s plantar fasciitis from inappropriate […]
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