So I’m pain free, and I also just feel stronger. Thanks to our strength program, my body feels more like it did when I was younger. Being pain free in itself is rejuvenating. To be able to go out on a run and enjoy it is something that I haven’t had for years. I feel good, and I’m pumped up about my workouts, and that’s going to translate into the next thing, which is races. -Adam Goucher (competitor.com)
Goucher, at one time considered America's greatest distance running talent, is now 35 years old and healthy with sights set on an Olympic marathon berth in 2012. I can't wait to see him get into some races and mix it up with the younger group of American runners. It's a bit of a stretch to think he'll make the US marathon team (I don't believe Goucher has ever run a marathon), but he does possess a ton of talent so don't count him out. I'd like to see his strength training routine!