Dr. Lundstrom talks about flexibility and running with Runner’s World

Chris Lundstrom, PhD, a lecturer in the School of Kinesiology, was recently interviewed by Runner’s World magazine and discussed “The Importance of Flexibility for Peak Running Performance.” The article covers the importance of flexibility in runners, the types of stretches that increase the range of motion in connective tissue, and how to overall improve flexibility in relation to running.

Lundstrom is the director of the Sport and Exercise Science MEd program and the director of the Human Sport Performance Laboratory (HSPL). His areas of interest and research are endurance training and performance, exercise physiology, and sports science.