I share three books that can transform your running performance, to train smarter, run faster, injury-free—plus a bonus book on habit change to make sure it all sticks. There is catch. You have to do the daily consistent work over months and years to get there. If you are willing to do the mobility exercises, skill work, drills, and training, you can make massive improvements. It’s a lifestyle. It’s not just about the one hour you spend training, it’s what you do the other 23 hours a day.
I tried the Shoe Cue, a running shoe insole that promises to help correct running form by providing instant feedback if you heel strike on the run. I’ll give you my unbiased review, what I loved and what I didn’t love, so you can make a purchasing decision for yourself.
I attended a RunRX running clinic in Dallas and pulled together 3 lessons learned that can help you improve your running and life.
In this blog post I cover the six Fs of running, the fundamentals, or the rundamentals. We go in depth on running Form, Fuel, Fit, Foam Rolling, Fast, and Far to improve your running skills.
If you are relying on will power to achieve your goals, there’s a more effective way! Skill Power is a concept I heard about recently from Al Switzler in his Ted Talk regarding behavior change. In this blog post we explore the skills you can work to develop to make healthy living a habit.