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Runner's Guide

Our Mission is to improve the health and performance of athletes around the world. This guide equips you with knowledge, tools, and resources to help maintain an active lifestyle.

The T.O.P Method

Prepare muscles and joints for activity  

to get them ready to fire properly so you can confidently push your body to its limit

Muscle-recovery drills after a workout or activity

to help reduce Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS) and accelerate recovery, getting you back to 100% faster

Routine mobility drills throughout the week

to increase range of motion, focus on your restrictions, and earn long-term health and performance benefits


WARM UP DRILLS

These drills are great to prepare your muscles and joints before a run

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RECOVERY DRILLS

These drills are great to help accelerate muscle recovery and reduce Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS)

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ROUTINE MOBILITY DRILLS

These drills are great to do daily or weekly to help improve overall mobility and prevent injury

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COMMON INJURIES

Shin Splints

Plantar Fasciitis


THE POWER OF HABIT FOR BETTER MOBILITY AND RECOVERY

"Consistency beats intensity"

- Dr. Jason Ross -

We know that information doesn't lead to change. Facts are not enough to convince us to do something or change a habit. Would anyone still smoke if facts were enough? We all know some very basic health facts, that not all of us listen to. Do we all floss? Do we all eat 3-5 servings of vegetables a day? Do we all wear a seatbelt?

So, if facts don't change our habits, what does?

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HAMSTRING TRAINING FOR RUNNERS

"Before weights or reps are thought about, focus on coordination"

Generally, runners have weak hamstrings. Most don't run fast enough to really strengthen them. How many times have you went into a weight room and seen a long distance athlete train hamstrings or posterior chain work? From my experience, hardly ever outside of a group of elite runners at an olympic training center in Chula Vista, CA. But, that type of attention to detail is one of the reasons they are there.

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