Beginner Runners Aches and Pains

Running is a repetitive sport and as such there is a relatively high rate of aches and pains in all runners, especially beginner runners. Below is some information on the most common aches and pains among runners, ways to prevent them, and how to treat them if they occur. Prevention is the best medicine!  Blisters … Read more

Running With and After Covid

This is Coach Georgia Porter’s story of running with and after covid – how she dealt with it and how she returned to running afterwards. Special thanks to Georgia for sharing her story! As the coronavirus continues to spread throughout the world, the running community is far from immune. As the virus is relatively new, … Read more

Running While Pregnant and Running Postpartum

We asked several of the mom coaches on the team for their input on what it was like running during pregnancy and running postpartum. We were all first-time moms at some point, learning to juggle running and pregnancy and then running and momming, and I myself found it particularly helpful to read about others’ experiences … Read more

Mobility Training for Performance and Injury Prevention with Allison Feldt, DPT

This is the second post in a four part series geared directly to runners, prepared for us by Allison Feldt, DPT Physical Therapist and Owner of Body Motion Physical Therapy. Find Part 1 here Regarding Body Maintenance Post-Run The Importance of Mobility Training for Performance and Injury Prevention Let’s talk mobility. As a runner your … Read more

Body Maintenance Post Run with Allison Feldt, DPT

This is the first post in a four part series geared directly to runners, prepared for us by Allison Feldt, DPT Physical Therapist and Owner of Body Motion Physical Therapy. Body Maintenance Post Run Running is a major time commitment. When you are committed to running, especially if training for long distances, most of your … Read more