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About Me and Good2GoRun

I started this blog to write and talk about something I love, running. I want this blog to help others start running and come to see the benefits of running. I hope to use this blog to help bring information to those who already run and those who want to begin running, about how to stay as injury-free as possible and be lifelong runners.


I am not going to give you all kinds of stats on myself and try to tell you what a great runner I have been, that is not what this is about. Plus, I don't have great stats! It is about getting people running and keeping people running. It is about showing you that you can do it. You can be competitive or you can run for fun. You just have to run!


I started Good2GoRun to help others begin running, get back to running and become the best runner they can while staying as injury-free as possible. Good2GoRun is about helping anyone who wants to run or just be fit and is tired of being injured.

I hope to help others be passionate about running and staying fit.

Here are a few things about me:


  • I have over 20 years of running and racing experience

  • I have run over 30 half marathons, multiple marathons,  a Half Ironman as well as 5ks, 10ks, 10-milers, etc.

  • I am a certified running coach through RRCA and UESCA and a certified Ironman Coach

  • I have my doctorate in Physical Therapy

  • I am a Board Certified Orthopedic Specialist

  • I have treated runners and their injuries for over 25 years

  • I assist runners with their training plans and correcting training errors

  • I create training plans for distances below the Ultra

  • I am a Precision Nutrition Level 1 Coach

  • I specialize in working with Novice, Intermediate and currently or previously injured runners.


As an orthopedic and sports medicine physical therapist I have been treating runners and getting them back to running for years. I have repeatedly seen some of the same injuries and weaknesses in runners of all levels. I have the knowledge and expertise to know when a runner can continue running while healing from an injury and when an injury requires a complete stop of running.


I specialize in reviewing programs for faults and customizing programs based on the runner's strengths, weaknesses and goal race.


Read more about my story here:  My Story

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