Behind-the-scenes work

My apologies for not getting around to posting yet this week.  This is always a busy time of year.  If you've checked around though, you'll see that I've been doing some behind-the-scenes work.  There's an "about me" section if you're wondering who the heck I am, and a "contact me" form if you want to get in touch with me directly.  I've also added a page with a variety of possibly-useful links I've collected over the years.  That page is very much a work in progress, and I'm sorry about the mess!  I've also truncated each post that appears on the front page, so I don't overload your browser with dozens of images from all the posts in the past month.  There's a small "read more" link at the end of each article preview.

Finally, I've added tags to the bottom of each post.  This will get useful when the posts start piling up.  So you can search for all articles about injury, or the NCAA, or tendonitis.  Still haven't gotten around to proper citations...that might be a project for next week!  So that's all for now, but expect a (shorter) post in the next few days continuing the injury series.

About the Author

John J Davis, PhD

I have been coaching runners and writing about training and injuries for over ten years. I've helped total novices, NXN-qualifying high schoolers, elite-field competitors at major marathons, and runners everywhere in between. I have a Ph.D. in Human Performance, and I do scientific research focused on the biomechanics of overuse injuries in runners. I published my first book, Modern Training and Physiology for Middle and Long-Distance Runners, in 2013.

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