INCREASE Your Running Speed, Strength & Stamina
In 4 Months
While DECREASING Your Likelihood of Injury
The only Strength & Performance Training Program designed to train you out of your natural asymmetries/muscle imbalances so that you generate more power & efficiency with each stride
If you’re like most runners, chances are you know that strength training is important but you don’t have the knowledge to determine which exercise positions facilitate better running
Maybe you’ve been advised to do clam shells, band walks, dead bugs and glute bridges to help “strengthen” your hips and core
But maybe you’ve also noticed those exercises don’t make much of a difference in your running and you still struggle with the same muscle imbalances
Perhaps you’ve gone through months of PT to rehab an injury, but you’re still experiencing that nagging ache that just won’t go away with stretching and your prescribed “PT exercises”
Or maybe you’ve been on an incredible running streak, but you finally hit a wall and your progress has stalled
I totally get it! I’ve experienced those circumstances plenty of times and I understand how frustrating it is to not feel at your best despite putting in the effort
And it wasn't until I worked with the right coach who understood running mechanics on a deeper level and how to change my gait through strength training that I was able to overcome all the above struggles and maintain an injury-free streak!
The truth about strength training for Runners:
If your exercise positions don’t mirror the mechanics of a running stride, then are you really training your joints how to optimally support your body weight every time you land on a foot?
This might be a hard pill to swallow, but inefficient loading positions are a huge reason why “strong” runners who lift weights still get injured
Which means the benefits of strength training don’t lie in how much weight you can squat, lunge or deadlift, or how long you can hold a plank
The benefits are realized in the focused, intentional positions performed frequently enough to re-educate your software (the brain) to produce motion more efficiently
Efficient software determines the longevity of the hardware (your joints & soft tissue) and reduces your energy expenditure, making it easier to run well
And the consequences of not being able to run well (or not being able run at all due to injury) is something I understand far too well...
Which is exactly why I created my Runners Team Program
A comprehensive training program that teaches you sound position, breathing, and exercise technique to nurture your athletic development for a lifetime while decreasing compensatory patterns that would otherwise set you back from progress
#SkilledStrong Runners Team Program
The 16 week at-home Strength & Performance Training Program created to increase athletic durability in runners of all levels so that you safely build strength, speed & stamina while decreasing your likelihood of injury
Go from feeling average and achy to robust and resilient within 4 months
You can expect:
16 Weeks of At-Home Strength & Performance Training to perform alongside your Running regimen for best results
3 Bodyweight Workouts per week using minimal equipment
Coached Video Instruction for every exercise, position & progression
Planned Training Goals for each of 4 Monthly Phases
Lifetime Access to All Unlisted Videos & Coached Exercise Progressions in the program
A Newfound Awareness of your body’s strengths and abilities during and outside of your running
Exclusive Insight & Education on How to Position Yourself to execute any exercise in the future so that it directly improves your running
BONUS - Invite to join the private Facebook group where you’ll have 24/7 access to community and support, be able to ask questions & post your training videos for feedback, and connect with fellow runners who are doing the same program
Every exercise progression in this program is derived from the mechanical phases of a running stride
From the moment of initial contact (regardless of how your foot strikes), to the moment of being fully weight bearing on a single foot, to the moment of pushing off that foot to unload one side of the body prior to striking the ground with the next foot
Each phase happens in milliseconds, hence why you cannot make changes to your running mechanics during a run
It is through strength training when you have more time to execute changes in your position that you will make lasting improvements in your running form that actually stick
I could tell you how powerful my program is, but I won't.
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About your Coach
When I started coaching in 2014 I was on a mission to train people to move well. I trained everyone like the textbooks said: knees out, chest up, butt back, spread the floor.
My clients got fitter working with me, but I later came to realize that I was pigeon holing them further into one single position rather than having them train in a variety of shapes & positions that would improve mobility in the areas they lacked it.
7 years later most of the fitness industry still hasn’t come to that realization, so I’m on a mission to raise the standard of how exercises are coached, programmed and progressed to get people the best results possible.
You can say I took a deep dive into gait and respiratory mechanics, and it’s how I’ve come to LOVEEE working with runners!
Strength training is now one of many tools I use to facilitate running performance, improve posture, and restore lost range of motion throughout the body.
My lens for assessing, coaching, and programming movement has since evolved and continues to adapt with my ongoing education, and it's my application of these principles to strength and conditioning that sets me apart from other coaches in the industry who can't get their clients the same results.
Q: But what if I'm already on a strength program?
Fantastic! Just know it's probably not incorporating these 3 key factors into your exercise positions:
The relationship of your rib cage & pelvis (which determines mobility at the hips, ankles & shoulders); balanced breathing; how to ground your feet for maximum force production/absorption
At some point you're going to have to learn these things if you want to maximize your running and become a more efficient athlete long term, else your strength gains might pigeon-hole your athletic potential.
Q: But what if my running is already good?
That's great! But are you really satisfied with "good?"
Do all athletes stop training because they're satisfied with being just good?
Why not constantly be evolving and doing everything in your power to become the most robust, resilient athlete possible, and potentially deter a path to injury?
Q: But what if I’m not experiencing plateau or setback?
It doesn't mean that you won't eventually because that's how training works.
You're supposed to gradually dose a training stimulus for a given period of time until it stops working for you.
And this is exactly how my Runners Team Program works to break you out of plateau: By progressing you through 4 unique training phases over the course of 16 weeks.
Even if you do encounter a setback, you'll bounce back more easily having trained in the very positions that a good coach/clinician would teach you anyway!
That's how I did it, and that's how my clients are doing it.
Q: But what if I want to use a gym?
Given the circumstances I understand the need for people to be cautious, so I designed this program to be done at home with minimal equipment.
And while you're welcome to train my program at a gym with weights, you'll be shocked at how hard you're going to work with just your bodyweight!
Because we are rewiring how your brain commands your body to produce movement so that new stuff starts happening for you on your runs.
So I'd say make sure you're nailing the positions as instructed should you choose to load it up - because what you stress under load is what sticks.