Post-race reflections

Congratulations to everyone that toed the line this past weekend at Chicago or Twin Cities or any other race. Often, just making it to the starting line of a marathon can be a challenge. Many of you enjoyed PR’s. Congratulations! You worked hard and your work paid...

Running and Stress

There are many forms of stress in our lives as runners. Of course, we have the stress we place on our bodies when we run. But there are many other types of stress we need to account for to maximize our running potential. Here are some tips on how to properly account...

Single Leg Box Squats

https://www.performancerungym.com/wp-content/uploads/Single_leg_Box.mp4 Here is a video showing you the single leg box squat. This is a great exercise to help you develop better balance and build glute and quad strength needed for running. Start this exercise using...

Strength Training Myths for Runners

I know there are many runners out there that are afraid of “bulking up” from weight lifting or adding extra weight that will slow them down. Here is some information that I hope will answer questions you might have about this topic. “Won’t adding more muscle just slow...