There are so many types of training sessions available to runners. But most of us have never tried Metcon workouts – so Dr. Mike Young is here to explain them for us.
It’s no surprise that running gets harder as you get older. Recovery is slower, VO² max is lower, and injury risks are more numerous. How can the older runner keep running strong – and healthy?
There’s nothing sadder than the face of a runner sitting on the sidelines watching the world of runners go by. Yet high percentages of runners—from 37 percent to 56 percent—deal with injury on an annual basis.
If there’s one exercise that’s perfect for runners, it’s the squat. But should we squat only one way? Can we use different types of squats to get even stronger?
I love runners who want to improve. They’re learning animals, always vacuuming up knowledge about this great sport.
The Year of Strength is already one of our most popular – because it’s clear that runners truly value being strong.
Have you ever started something new and made yourself feel silly? I wore basketball shoes to cross country practice, so I know the feeling…
Are you surprised that I don’t consider strength training cross-training for runners? It’s just training!