The Single Best Exercise To Keep You Injury Free

By |2012-09-11T09:36:07-04:00September 11th, 2012|Injury Prevention/Treatment|

By Chris Lauretani, PT, MS, CSCS, CKTP, TGI CGFI Every runner has encountered injuries while running and most injuries, especially in the dog days of summer marathon training, tend to be lower body overuse injuries. These injuries can last weeks if not months and typically consist of problems like ITB tendonitis, hip bursitis, and a […]

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Jack Daniels Training Plans Metric Conversion Now Available

By |2012-07-10T14:06:16-04:00July 10th, 2012|Announcements, Run SMART Training Plans|

It’s a small step but America is a little closer towards national metrification. To all our friends outside the U.S. who want to follow training from Jack we finally metricated our training plans service! Want a plan that reads in kilometers and meters? We’ve got you covered. Start customizing your plan today and note in […]

High School Summer XC Training

By |2012-05-17T10:14:38-04:00May 17th, 2012|Announcements, Run SMART Training Plans|

High School Cross Country Season Of A Lifetime Take your running to a new level this fall and shock your high school team. Follow a summer XC training program from the “World’s Greatest Coach,” Dr. Jack Daniels. The Run SMART Project offers Summer Cross Country Training Plans for high school athletes of all levels, designed by […]

Training In Your Racing Shoes

By |2012-02-13T14:04:10-05:00February 13th, 2012|Training tips|

Many runners (even a coach on our staff who will go unnamed) have and continue to make the mistake of not training enough in the shoes they race in. There’s a great section in Jack’s book on this topic and he makes it very simple to understand why you should never make this mistake. I’m […]

Can’t Shake That Hamstring Injury?

By |2012-02-03T14:05:23-05:00February 3rd, 2012|Injury Prevention/Treatment|

Once again we turn to our partner on injury prevention and treatment, Dr. Marc Bochner, for a comprehensive explanation on the different types of hamstring injuries and how to diagnose, treat and prevent in the first place. Hamstring injuries in runners are typically very stubborn and difficult to treat so we highly recommend reading this […]

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