This training covers how to get back into shape after not running, and guides you from where you are now to where you want to go without getting hurt. Here’s how to incorporate cross-training with strength training to prepare your body for running with consistency and ease.
Building a base pace differs according to what race you’re training for– It takes a long time to build a base for a marathon, much longer for a marathon than a half, or a 5K or a 10K. To determine your base pace, learn the 60% rule, and why
Here’s a run-through of setting up a RunSmart custom training plan, integrating Physical Therapist-designed training and technology to develop a personalized plan that fits into your lifestyle. Plus, our intuitive design allows you to track your journey with daily notes and cues.
When working towards your goal race, use this strategy to work in ‘tuner’ races over a specific time frame into your training so that you’re well conditioned for the challenges that come on race day.
Here’s how to implement pacing strategies for your B and C races. The goal of this is to give you hard efforts, but also sustainable efforts where you’re going to be dialing in your race, particularly your B race. With the step-down taper method we use in our training
All runners should know more than anything that injuries happen. But how you handle them is the key thing that’s going to differentiate you between a person who is always hurt, versus a person who is always running and loving it. Here’s what to do.
Here is an overview of a quick-hitting way to identify when you think an injury is coming on, and calm down the inflamed tissues and heal as quickly as possible. Learn Steve’s injury recovery strategy that ensures that you have minimal loss time to training and a full recovery,
Recovery is key! Taking time to rejuvenate after a race helps prevent injury, improve performance, and maintain overall physical and mental health for runners. Learn why it takes more than just rest to restore to peak performance after recovery.
In this training Steve outlines how to calculate your maintenance mileage, to make sure that you are running enough to not get hurt. Learn how to structure your maintenance plan so that when you want to start running or start training for a race, you’re ready to go with