Endurance Running and Tight Muscles


I’m in the process of doing some work on my website and I found this wonderful testimonial that I’d like to share with you. This amazing athlete, named Steve, posted this on my forum a while back. I hope he receives this blog because I’d like to again congratulate him for this incredible accomplishment — running 100 miles!

Steve posted:

My big news… This weekend I successfully completed my first 100 miler, the Kettle Moraine 100 Mile Endurance Run. With your help I was able to put in the training necessary to accomplish this goal. Once I started applying your self treatment methods, I never again found myself sidelined by an injury. I feel like I really started to get to know my muscles better, and was able to just do some maintenance treatments from time to time based on how I was feeling. Thank you so much for helping me “figure myself out” in a way no doctor was ever able to do. I think that without you, I would still be stuck in a mysterious and depressing cycle of “run, get injured, stop running, get bummed out, repeat”. Instead, I was able to accomplish a goal I once thought impossible.

I LOVE working with athletes because you are so determined to achieve your goals that you will do all the things I suggest, and if anything you may even do them more frequently than I suggest 🙂

I’ve just started working with a distance running coach in the UK. Dave Bird trains runners in the UK and is just now expanding to do online coaching worldwide. I’m happy to say that I’ll be working with him to coach runners how to release the tight muscles that could easily cause injury and prevent the runner from every achieving the goals they set for themselves. More on this as it comes together.

Wishing you well,


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