In the thick of training when volume is high and you’re laser focused on your A-race, other activities naturally fall by the wayside. The off-season is a perfect time to reconnect with old hobbies and explore new ones. In Dealing With Post-Race Blues I explain the science behind those crummy feelings we can experience at […]To access this content, you must purchase Membership Subscription, or log in if you are a member. read more

Hey guys! This is based off the Functional Movement Systems (FMS) and yes the video links take you to Gray Cook, founder of FMS, giving instruction and it’s not me—I thought, why re-create something that’s already so good? Plus you can get my commentary and tips in the writeup below. The biggest take-home message is […]To access this content, you must purchase Membership Subscription, or log in if you are a member. read more

There are plenty of ways to warmup before you hit the road for your run. In this article I’ve narrowed it down to some of my favorites, but more importantly I make the case on why we need to warmup even if that means cutting the workout short if you’re in a time crunch. Warmups […]To access this content, you must purchase Membership Subscription, or log in if you are a member. read more

A while back I put together a series of workout videos demonstrating functional strength exercises and movements. These videos used to only be available to my coached athletes, but I’m now happy to share the series with the LPC community! Each video is compiled into a specific workout you can easily do at home. In my […]To access this content, you must purchase Membership Subscription, or log in if you are a member. read more

Through research, practice and observation, I’ve weeded out the “junk” and highlighted the best of the best when it comes to basic bodyweight mobility exercises that also serve as perfect dynamic warmup exercises before your training sessions. Many of these focus on common weak spots like glutes, the posterior chain, locked up T-spines and tight groins (all […]To access this content, you must purchase Membership Subscription, or log in if you are a member. read more

You have probably already seen the post for Workout #1. If not, start here. A quick refresher: A while back I put together a series of workout videos demonstrating functional strength exercises and movements. In my years of coaching, observing and competing, these exercises/movements are what I believe address the most common needs of athletes and humans in […]To access this content, you must purchase Membership Subscription, or log in if you are a member. read more

You probably already saw the posts/videos for the previous workouts in this series. If not, scroll down for links to those. A quick refresher: A while back I put together a series of workout videos demonstrating functional strength exercises and movements. In my years of coaching, observing and competing, these exercises/movements are what I believe address the […]To access this content, you must purchase Membership Subscription, or log in if you are a member. read more

I created this custom battery for my coaching clients after years of seeing the same issues pop up over and over, while also tying together all the most important basic elements that need our attention in building a healthy functional injury-free body, which include proper mobility, stability, strength, and coordination. You don’t need to be an athlete or […]To access this content, you must purchase Membership Subscription, or log in if you are a member. read more

I get a lot of questions about proper form for kettlebell (KB) swings. I love the exercise because it’s so helpful for overall strength but can be so harmful if not done properly. And we got a little carried away having fun so the video ran a bit long. 🙂 See below for time markers […]To access this content, you must purchase Membership Subscription, or log in if you are a member. read more

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