Using the Treadmill as a Tool
When it’s ❄️COLD & SNOWY❄️ outside, turn up the 🔥HEAT🔥 inside on the treadmill.
Run Webinar – Part 2
Please join us LIVE for coffee (virtually) on Tuesday, 7/28 @ 8:30am for Part 2 of our 2 part Running webinar series as we discuss how to “Run Mechanics for Speed & Injury Prevention.” This is perfect for total beginners and experienced runners alike.
Run Webinar – Part 1
Please join us LIVE for coffee (virtually) on Tuesday, 6/30 @ 8:30am for Part 1 of our 2 part Running webinar series as we discuss how to “Train Smart & Avoid Injury.” This is perfect for total beginners and experienced runners alike.
Virtual 5k - Community Support
Get in shape (or stay in shape) by joining the Community Support Virtual 5k. Heck, why not get the entire family involved?!?
Included with your registration is a “couch to 5K” 12 week training program. The program will guide you and keep you accountable.
Don’t need the training program? No problem. Think of your registration for the Virtual 5k as your pledge to support your community against COVID-19 / Corona Virus.
Three Fixes for Faster Running
3 Run Form Corrections
You spend a lot of time working on your swim and bike technique, but how often do you think about your run form?
Here are three of the most common errors triathletes make on the run and how to fix them to prevent injuries and run faster and more efficiently.
Learning and practicing proper run form and developing run economy will serve all endurance athletes well. Beginner to professional – this is one of the best ways to run stronger and longer while reducing the risk of injury.
Most athletes new to the endurance arena, namely runners and triathletes, overlook or discount the importance of learning the fundamentals of running. I suspect this may be the case for several reasons, but quite simply, humans are land animals.
When we want to run, we run. Unlike swimming, where proper form has a major impact on forward movement and successfully swimming, you can easily fudge running for at least a mile or two