An outline of Dr. Lavine's Program for Runners to help you recover from an injury, avoid overuse stress, and increase speed and efficiency.
My running journey started in earnest in early 2020 when I dared myself to register for the Princeton Half Marathon.
The moving body has to deal with two forces: vertical landing and lateral shift. Master these, and you'll run more efficiently with less risk of injury.
Dr. Lavine has over 40 years experience helping endurance athletes achieve ambitious goals. Recover quickly from injuries and improve your running biomechanics
I set a new personal record in this year's Half Marathon, nearly 15 minutes faster than last year. It's predictable: if you do the work, you get the results
Five supplements that can help athletes train harder and recover more quickly form a workout
Replenish fluid and your carbohydrate and protein stores as soon after a race as possible.
Nutrition and hydration strategies to help you achieve your goals in endurance sports events
Basic outline of carbohydrate loading and training strategies for the days leading up to race day
Social support improves health behaviors and helps athletes achieve more. That's the science behind the Happy Trails Running Club.
How much does higher temperature slow you down when running? There's a formula for that......
By increasing my running cadence to 180 steps per minute, I shaved 15 seconds per mile from my running pace. Try it!
The soleus is a large calf muscles with a distinct role. Strengthen it to prevent injury, improve running performance, and slow cognitive decline.
My lesson from running the Princeton Half Marathon? You've got to fight....for your right....to party!
The plié - a basic dance exercise - is the best way to strengthen the knees while preparing the body to absorb vertical landing forces.