Run Faster With Less Effort With These Four Adjustments

By Adam St. Pierre CTS Running Coach and Biomechanist There are many factors involved in running biomechanics, including body weight, limb length, muscle strength, joint range of motion… and everybody is different in these respects. That’s why there is no singular ideal that defines perfect body mechanics. Rather, each individual must find their own ideal biomechanics. Watch any elite marathon …

4 Steps To Overcoming Race-Day Anxiety in Ultrarunning

  By Jim Rutberg, co-author “Training Essentials for Ultrarunning” Race-day anxiety is normal and both novice and experienced athletes are likely to experience it before and during a challenging  50-kilometer, 50-mile, or 100-mile ultramarathon. Learning to manage it is essential to having a successful and positive experience at your next big event. Step 1: Get Organized Uncertainty is one of …

How to Build Your Own DIY Ultrarunning Training Camp

By Jason Koop, CTS Coach and author of “Training Essentials for Ultrarunning” Since the release of “Training Essentials for Ultrarunning” I have had the privilege to attend several book signings and appear on several podcasts, and one of the most frequently asked questions is: “What is the best thing an ultrarunner with limited training time can do to improve his …