About Performance Running
Performance Running was designed to create an environment that is welcoming to all runners. Whether you’re a beginning runner and you’ve never lifted weights, or you’re a seasoned veteran, you’ll fit right in at Performance Running. After all, we’re a gym designed for runners. We know that stepping into a gym for the first time can be very intimidating. We’re here to help take the intimidation away! We want to help you become comfortable with strength training, so you’re able to have strength for the long run.

Performance Running offers general monthly memberships at a very reasonable rate, with no additional fees or contracts. We want to make it as easy for you to get stronger as we possibly can. We also offer Personal Training in a one-on-one or two-person group setting. Need help with coming up with a training plan for your first 5k or trying to PR in the marathon distance? Performance Running offers run coaching to help with any level of racing.

Aaron Boike

Aaron is the Co-Owner and Lead Trainer for Performance Running and 3CLICK Mobile Fitness, who works with PRG to deliver Personal Training, Run Coaching Boot Camps, and Fitness Assessments to members. Aaron has been running since 2013, completing over 40 races between 26.2 and 103 miles, and dozens of others over the years. Early in his fitness journey, Aaron lost 75 pounds and originally trained as a powerlifter. Aaron has been training clients for over a decade, and brings to the table a deep understanding of how training strength, power, and mobility can dramatically improve running performance and reduce the incidence of injuries. Aaron has a B.S. in Kinesiology and is a Certified Personal Trainer and a Certified Running and Ultrarunning Coach through USECA.

Isabel Boike

Isabel Boike….

Dr. Michael Rodriguez, DPT

Dr. Michael Rodriguez, DPT, is a physical therapist, running coach, strength and conditioning specialist, and owner of Endurance Sports Physical Therapy & Performance. A native of Chanhassen, Michael attended Drake University where he was an NCAA Division I long distance runner on the cross country and track teams. He continues to compete regularly in running events ranging from one mile to the marathon. His areas of expertise includes the analysis of running biomechanics, gait retraining, and the diagnosis and treatment of running-related injury. Michael has successfully helped athletes of all abilities – from weekend warriors, to collegiate All-Americans, to professionals – return to running pain-free.