FROm the eXPeRtS...

The following are absolute 'go-to' materials for runners.  If you're training at a high level, you're 100% going to have a little thing here or there that bothers you.  There are things you can do at home, such as stretching, foam rolling, lacrosse ball work, etc. that will keep your healthy and running your best. 

Dr. Kelly Starrett

I read Dr. Starrett's book, Becoming a Supple Leopard after hearing Mike Smith (NAU) talk about it in a podcast and then found Dr. Starrett's book, Ready to Run, which is an absolute must-buy if you're a serious runner, as it will give you tools to fix small problems before they become issues that keep you off the track/course. 


JAy dicharry, mpt, scs

Jay Dicharry is a Physical Therapist and a world-renowned biomechanist who is responsible for much research in the field of running biomechanics and shoes. 

If you're interested in running health and injury-prevention, his books Anatomy for Runners & Running Rewired are must-reads. 

JAy dicharry on running shoes

JAy dicharr's guide for shin splints


Coach Jesse Coy

4215 Raider Rd. 

Rapid City, SD 57702


Tel: 605. 605. 9820

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