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Diana Angstadt Runs To Find Healing While Raising Awareness For PTSD


Diana Angstadt and I first met via Instagram this past year when her story caught my attention.

In this time of Covid-19 without any races to train for, Diana took this opportunity to challenge herself while raising money and awareness for a cause close to her heart.

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Diana Angstadt today.

Diana Angstadt

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QT: Plyometrics 101, Specifically for Runners


In case you’re not aware, I’m a fan of runners making strength training a regular part of their routine.

Want to go back into the archives to get a little more strength training info?

Start with the 3-part strength training FAQ series I did in 2019. #1 #2 #3

When it comes to actually doing the strength training exercises, there are plenty of options on the table.

Workout at home or at a gym. Fly solo or take a class with others. Use just your bodyweight or incorporate equipment.

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QT: FAQs About Strength Training for Runners (Vol 3)


So, you still want more strength training conversation?

You asked for it, you got it!

In case you missed the earlier editions of strength training FAQs for runners, feel free to go back in the archives and check those out.

For your reference:

The first FAQ episode covered many of the basic questions associated with scheduling your strength training workouts around your runs. And in volume two, I did a little myth busting about strength training for runners.

In today’s strength training talk, I’m covering several do’s and don’ts related to your incorporating strength training into your routine. Read more

QT: FAQs About Strength Training for Runners (Vol 2)


Today we are continuing our trip down strength training lane.

If you missed Vol 1 of the Strength Training FAQs, go ahead and check it out.

In that episode, I focused on some scheduling/logistical concerns related to balancing strength training with your running.

Today, we are going to look at a few myths related to strength training for runners. Read more

QT: FAQs About Strength Training for Runners (Vol 1)


Most runners (hopefully!) know that strength training is something that they should be doing.

Increased strength and muscular endurance are going to help you not only on race day, but they are also likely to help reduce your risk of developing a running-related injury.

It has come to my attention recently that there is a disconnect between knowing that strength training is a good thing and knowing what to do when it comes to getting stronger.

Over the next few months, I’m going to do several of these FAQ-style quick tip episodes dedicated to strength training.

Have a question or something you’d like me to clarify for you? Let me know!

And if you have a quick tip suggestion, leave it in this post from the FB group. Read more