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Steve Gonser DPT

Steve Gonser graduated with his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Daemen College, instantly applying his knowledge of human movement and functional anatomy to his passion for running. Steve is a 2x Ironman, including a 10:41 finish in Lake Placid and a Sub-3 hour marathoner.

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Top Down Running

Blog: RunSmart Online | 5 Apr 2015

How I Chopped Over One Hour Off My Marathon
What’s the goal of your training plan? Is it to run a specific time? Tackle a new distance? Qualify for … Continue reading → Posted by Steve Gonser PT, DPT Published: Tue, Jan 26 2016
A Small Change to Lunges to Run Healthy
Lunges have been around for a long time, but what if I told you there’s a better way to lunge as a runner? The old form of dropping your knee to the ground and returning serves some well, but not … Continue reading → Posted by Steve Gonser PT, DPT Published: Tue, Sep 01 2015
Should I Control My Breath When I Run?
“How should I breathe while I’m running?” A google search of this question will yield many different opinions. Most of us view breathing patterns as a useful tool for gauging effort, but it’s not uncommon to have a patient ask … Continue reading → Posted by Ashley Waite PT DPT Published: Wed, Feb 03 2016