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  1. If you’re not already familiar with Grayson Murphy, you will be soon! Grayson’s talent, work ethic, and positive energy have created a force to be reckoned with in the running world.

    Some runners love the length and challenge of the

    The post Grayson Murphy on Threshold Love, VO2 Max Disdain, and “Lifetime Mileage” appeared first on Strength Running.

  2. Nutrition is a key element for endurance athletes, and even the most optimized training plan isn’t complete without a nutrition strategy to support it. Learn how to use food to improve your training, racing and recovery!

    The concept of food

    The post Reduce Muscle Soreness and Improve Your Running (with FOOD!) with Kylee Van Horn, RD appeared first on Strength Running.

  3. What is the psoas, exactly? In this episode you’ll learn all about this important muscle and how it can impact your running and everyday movements.

    The psoas is a little known muscle that plays a major role in complex movements

    The post Dr. Lara Johnson on Psoas Health, Injury Prevention, Muscles vs. Nerves, & More appeared first on Strength Running.

  4. Everyone needs down time from hard training to prevent injury and burnout. Learning how to plan your running during this off season can lead to a much more successful race season!

    While it may seem like it’s just semantics, the

    The post Off-Season vs. Base Training vs. Pre-Season with 2:34 Marathoner Matt Meyer appeared first on Strength Running.

  5. Whether you are thinking about your long-term progress or how to warm up effectively for your next challenging workout, this episode is here to help! We answer listener questions  in this week’s special episode.

    While the act of running is

    The post Sara Manderscheid on Long-Term Improvement, Endurance Building, & Warm-up Strategy appeared first on Strength Running.