Rebuilding momentum not accidental. It is intentional. It is fought for, every inch. Olympic hopeful, John Cody Risch works toward forward motion as he trains and competes at the top level of American Racewalking in hopes of competing for Team USA at the Olympics.
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What can it possibly take to return from injury only to outperform your lifetime bests AND qualify for the Olympic Games? Jake Riley knows.
What if persistence pays off in the end? We must believe that it does. Day after day and mile after mile we grind toward our goals. Joe Niemeic, shares his journey of persistence to realize his dream of both qualifying and competing in the 2020 Olympic Trials Marathon in Atlanta.
Learn why and how to check yourself on a run! Everything we do influences our efficiency and effectiveness. Even though we know all of the right things (cadence, upright torso, relaxed shoulders), every runner can move towards continuous improvement.
In this episode of the A to Z Running Podcast we interviewed physical therapist, author, and runner Mike Swinger about the importance of activation, mobility, and strength.
Professional athlete, Leah O’Connor shares her story, her process through pain, her driving passion, and her vision for feeling powerful again.
The anxious runner is one way to describe my struggle. This article will outline my triggers, how running can help, and ways running does not help as I pursue positive mental health.
Make running easier by improving running form. We offer 3 essentials ways to do that for every runner of every level at every point in training or racing.
Coach Hodgkinson dives into the importance of running economy and changes you can make today to improve your running experience. Run faster without trying harder.
Focusing on one small change creates a habit. Habits use less energy and can help us more effectively reach our goals. Find out more on this week’s podcast!