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Running and Injuries: Part 2 – Are You Running On Too Much Foam?

Part 2: Running Injuries, Heal Striking vs. Forefoot Striking This information is taken from Dr. Peter Attia’s interview with Irene Davis Ph.D, The Evolution of the foot, running injuries, and minimalist shoes. The link to the complete podcast…
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Running and Injuries: Part 1 – An Introduction Into How You Can Enjoy This Activity Without Pain

Running - How To Enjoy It And Not Get Injured! This information is taken from Dr. Peter Attia’s interview with Irene Davis Ph.D, The Evolution of the foot, running injuries, and minimalist shoes. The link to the complete podcast…

Part 2: Over 40 And Out Of Shape, What’s Next?

In the last installment of?Over 40 And Out Of Shape, we discussed the importance of needing and the BIG 3 to be successful:?structure,?accountability?and?help. Now let's say you found the place to get your BIG 3 in order and you began on…

The Speed Controversy. What Do You Really Need in Sports? Part 1

Back in 2003, while was living in Greensboro, NC ?I worked under the Direction of Lauren Segrave for Velocity Sports Performance. ?At the time Lauren was a sprint and hurdle coach for the U.S. Olympic team. ?This is where I began understand…

How Do You Know If You’re In Really Good Shape?

Most people believe that longer endurance training will yield superior results when it comes to overall fitness such as a more efficient cardiovascular system and greater fat loss. ?It's been proven that long slow "cardio" can actually strip…

Part 1: 5 Myths Of Resistance Training For Runners

Last week I gave a presentation to the Griffin's Friends running club, in cooperation with Baystate Rehabilitation, titled The 5 Resistance Training Myths for Runners. Let's just say that there were a lot of eyebrows raised as we went against…