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This 400-Meter Walking Lunge Workout Will Put Your Conditioning and Toughness to the Test

3 Types of Athletes That Can Benefit From Lunges Lunges have been at the foundation of my GPP (General Physical Preparedness) work for quite some time....

Debunking Myths About Foot Pronation

Foot pronation is a hot topic on running forums. This oft-discussed seemingly crippling disability results when your foot rolls inward more than the...

How To Choose The Perfect Running Shoe

Well-fitting running shoes are critical to any athlete's podiatric health, whether they're a marathon runner or just squeezing in evening jogging...

6 Glute Exercises to Prevent Common Running Injuries

If your goal is to stay healthy then glute training is essential for runners. Often times runners want to run and do nothing else leading them down a...

Why You Should Embrace 'The Burn' When Working Out

For a long time lactic acid was bad news. Many people still see it this way, and rightfully so. But since its discovery in the early 19th century, what...

Why This Common Speed Tip May Actually be Slowing You Down

Go to any gym, game, practice, or track meet and you'll probably hear a coach or parent yell, "stay low" in efforts to improve acceleration speed. While...

A Workout That Provides the Many Benefits of Running Backwards

I've learned some of the best things from old football coaches and Backwards Running is the all time greatest! I once had shin splints and no matter...

5 Key Foods to Maximize Your Recovery After Running a Marathon

Just because running isn't a contact sport doesn't mean that there's no risk of injury. The sheer physical and mental fortitude necessary to run 26.2...

All-Pro Safety Earl Thomas Is Running Again Three Months After Breaking His Leg

When Earl Thomas broke his left tibia attempting to break up a pass against the Carolina Panthers in Week 13 of the 2016 NFL season, he was so devasta...

How to Get Faster With Step-Ups

Historically, I'll be honest in saying that I have always advocated against any speed drill that preached more hip flexion or "knee lift," aside from...

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