Endurance Coaching

Great Tool to Improve Your Stride Rate!

One of the best things runners can do to improve is to develop a faster cadence. Not only will this result in more efficient and faster running, it will also reduce impact forces and wear and tear on your body (thus, lessening the risk of injuries). Download the mp3 below and add it to your iPod (or whatever music device you listen to) and listen to it periodically in your playlist. Then, try to match either your L or R side footstrike to the metronome. Enjoy!


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Amy Clark

I’ve seen incredible gains in my strength and speed!

Amy Clark, Ultramarathoner
Brian Pelligrini

For the first time in my life that I actually feel like a runner instead of a gawky, plodding biker/swimmer who tries not to collapse on the run. As I think you are fond of saying Scott, I could have just kept training harder and harder with my poor technique and would not have seen this kind of improvement. It took improvement in technique, and practicing the right form to make it happen.

Brian Pelligrini, Triathlete
Missy Nachmias

He instills all the trust you need to set challenging goals and know that your goals – no matter how crazy or unattainable they seem at the time – are achievable.

Missy Nachmias, Runner
Mary Sellke

He’s made me stronger mentally and bad-ass mean physically.

Mary Sellke, Ironman Triathlete
Michelle Thoe

I don’t like using this phrase but I’m going to right now, Dude – that was AWESOME! You need to do that more often with more runners.

Michelle Thoe, Runner
Chris Goebel

Lots of times I thought 'no way in hell I can do that,' but you knew I could. Thanks for that!

Chris Goebel, Elite Runner
Diane Birkeland

You took my fitness from a hobby and made it a PASSION. I had no idea what I was capable of until I met you. Thanks!

Diane Birkeland, Ironman Triathlete

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