Runners Complete Program: Strength and Mobility Training for Runners

Hi, I’m Lisa,
a physical therapist with a passion for helping runners.

Looking at the research, 78% of runners get injured.

No one wants to stop running due to an unwanted injury. That’s where the Runners Complete Program comes in.

This 2 part program includes 3 days of strength workouts (30 min) and 3 days of mobility workouts (10-15 min), for 12 weeks on a custom app. Walking you through each exercise, Lisa has created a program to decrease the risk of common runners injuries such as Achilles Tendonitis, Plantar Fasciitis, Patella Tendonitis, Runners Knee or Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome, and ITB Syndrome. The Runners Complete Program is used for injury prevention in runners who want to be stronger, faster, and more stable starting with the deepest core muscles.

Luckily with most running injuries, you don’t have to stop running if you address the problem early. Because the most common runner’s injuries happen gradually, over time without a traumatic event, the root of the problem is most likely the body compensating, which over time is causing pain. If addressed early, the injury can be taken care of and you can get back to running pain free. If you brush the pain to the side, the injury will get worse and can lead to more pain with more tissue injury.

You CAN Run Pain Free

The reality is, runners who have never been injured are on their way and those that have been injured are more likely to get injured again. It’s not about what you have done while training, but what you haven’t done. If your body has muscle imbalances and asymmetries on each side of the body, the injured runner will continue its cycle. Dynamic unilateral movements combined with stability training including strengthening and plyometrics, and mobility training have been backed by research to terminate knee pain, hip pain, back pain, and foot pain, making you a stronger and more efficient runner.

What’s been the missing ingredient?

As a physical therapist, I have picked up on movement patterns that injured runners have shown vs non-injured runners. The root of the problem are the asymmetries between the left and right side, causing instabilities. Runners need to be stable in certain joints due to the impact your body goes through each stride.

You Are Only as Strong as Your Weakest Link

It only takes one unstable muscle or stiff joint to hold you back from your greatest running potential. That stiffness or weakness over time ends up causing compensations, which causes an injury setting you back from your running goals. Addressing stability for the deepest core muscles allows you to have a foundation before building a house. This solution allows you to easily progress with your strength, running, and everyday activities.

Stretching is NOT The Answer

While stretching might feel good at the time, mobility training has been proven in the research to be more effective for overall joint health and range of motion. Each week, you will be assigned 3 mobility routines ranging from 10-15 minutes. Not only will it address your source of pain or tight joints, you feel looser and faster.

Dynamic Unilateral Movements

While lifting heavy weights is impressive, it isn’t necessary for runners. Focusing on dynamic unilateral movements with strength training and plyometrics will prevent asymmetries found your body, decreasing your risk for injury and treating runners injuries. After all, running is a dynamic movement, requiring maximum effort from each side of the body.

How is this program different?

So many runners’ strength programs mention a “secret muscle” or “key muscle” that is lacking in other programs. The truth is, there is no secret muscle that we are just now discovering, and in fact you need to be strengthening more than just one muscle since running is a dynamic movement that combines multiple muscle contractions. While some muscles may be tighter than others, stretching will not fix the root of the program, in fact it will just lead you into a cycle of frustration. Strengthening and mobilizing the RIGHT muscles, will treat your frustrating injury and prevent future common injuries.

Who is this program for?

Designed for all runners from beginners to ultras who want to prevent future running injuries, The Runners Complete Program is for those who want to run faster and feel stronger. With a focus on movement patterns in a runner’s gait, this method connects the missing link with strength and mobility training.

Runners Complete Program

Equipment Needed:
-Resistance Loops

Each week you will be assigned 3 strength training programs and 3 mobility programs on Lisa’s custom app for 12 weeks. She will have demonstrations for each exercise, with a description of the exercise and dumbbell selection recommendation. The reps, sets, and tempo will be laid out on the app as well and can be done in a gym or at home. This is a very flexible program to fit your schedule, as you choose when you will be performing each. Most alternate running and strength training days, while fitting in the mobility section throughout the week when time allows. There is not right or wrong way to do it, as all you have to focus on are your runs. Each exercise has a purpose to improve strength, joint health, core, and mobility, as it includes functional exercises designed for runners.

With the app, Lisa is accessible through message any day, any time and will respond quickly to any questions!

Price: $73 One Time Fee

PRESALE- Available Sept 27!

Once purchased, Lisa will email you within 24 hours.

Runners Complete Program


Disclaimer: No Returns and no 100% guarantee injury free running- no one can!