Articles for Runners Looking to Run Faster & Fight Injury

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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

Stop Yourself From Going Crazy While Injured
Yes, I’m a physical therapist first, but truthfully, I may be a psychologist second. Managing any person, runner or not, when injured can be a chore. Part of my job is talking runners off Posted by Steve Gonser PT, DPT Published: Tue, May 24 2016
Should Runners Perform Plyometrics?
The water is murky when fishing in the Google sea.  The line between research and application is blurred.  Whether you snagged an article from a running enthusiast, trainer, or clinician (medical doctor, physical therapist, Posted by Steve Gonser PT, DPT Published: Mon, Apr 04 2016
How to Dial into Race Pace
“It just felt so easy early on.” The gun sounds and you rocket through the starter shoot with a surge of adrenaline and what should be rested legs. You look down at your watch Posted by Steve Gonser PT, DPT Published: Tue, May 10 2016