All posts by Joe Uhan

Joe Uhan

is a physical therapist, coach, and ultrarunner in Eugene, Oregon. He is a Minnesota native and has been a competitive runner for over 20 years. He has a Master's Degree in Kinesiology, a Doctorate in Physical Therapy, and is a USATF Level II Certified Coach. Joe ran his first ultra at Autumn Leaves 50 Mile in October 2010, was 4th place at the 2015 USATF 100K Trail Championships (and 3rd in 2012), second at the 2014 Waldo 100K, and finished M9 at the 2012 Western States 100. Joe owns and operates Uhan Performance Physiotherapy in Eugene, Oregon, and offers online coaching and running analysis at uhanperformance.com.

Performance Mobility, Part 5: Trunk Extension
Performance Mobility, Part 5: Trunk Extension
on July 20
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Joe Uhan discusses trunk-extension mobility for endurance running.


Dear Western States Runner
Dear Western States Runner
on June 13
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Joe Uhan writes a letter to runners of the Western States 100.


Performance Mobility, Part 4: The Knee
Performance Mobility, Part 4: The Knee
on May 9
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Joe Uhan discusses knee mobility for endurance running.


Performance Mobility, Part 3: Foot And Ankle
Performance Mobility, Part 3: Foot And Ankle
on April 11
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Joe Uhan discusses foot and ankle mobility for endurance running.


Ultrarunning Training For Busy People
Ultrarunning Training For Busy People
on March 14
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How to train for ultramarathons if you have a limited amount of time.


Performance Mobility, Part 2: Trunk Rotation
Performance Mobility, Part 2: Trunk Rotation
on February 14
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Joe Uhan discusses trunk mobility for endurance running.


Performance Mobility, Part 1: Introduction And Hip Mobility
Performance Mobility, Part 1: Introduction And Hip Mobility
on January 10
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Joe Uhan introduces a performance-mobility series and discusses hip mobility for endurance running.


Eight Steps For Your Best Trail Running Off-Season
Eight Steps For Your Best Trail Running Off-Season
on December 13
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Joe Uhan’s tips for getting happy, healthy, strong, and fit during your off-season.


Keys To Quick Cadence
Keys To Quick Cadence
on November 8
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Joe Uhan writes about using quick cadence as a way to increase running efficiency.


Process To Outcome, Part 3: Inside-Out Racing
Process To Outcome, Part 3: Inside-Out Racing
on October 11
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Joe Uhan explains process-oriented strategies for race day.