Strides, Shoes, & Strength- An interactive workshop

Strides, Shoes, & Strength- An interactive workshop



Strides, Shoes, & Strength

An interactive workshop to help you optimize your stride, prevent injury, and ensure you’ve got the best pair of shoes.

  • Are you having pain whenever you run?
  • Bored with your current training schedule?
  • Feeling Plateaued with your running progress?

For a lot of people, running is LIFE.  Whether you run for performance or you run for your health, at the end of the day running is a SPORT, and you need to train for it!


Join Dr. Mike Yasson, DPT, CSCS, ART owner of Big League Performance and Rehabilitation and physical therapist for DMV Runners and beginners for a MUST-ATTEND workshop for every runner who’s looking to improve their performance and stay free from pain!  You will also leave with increased knowledge on strength building and active recovery techniques specifically designed for runners!


In this 60 Minute interactive workshop you will learn:

  • Recovery  Strategies to minimize the stress of running on your body
  • Foundational Strength and Conditioning Techniques to build resilience in your lower body and improve your performance


There will be time for Q & A, you can email Dr. Mike with your questions or topics you would like to learn about in this class to [email protected]


Please wear athletic clothing, YOU WILL BE MOVING!



Formula Running Center – 3101 Wilson BLVD., Suite 100, Arlington, VA 22201




12:00 PM to 2:00 PM



Members/Clients: FREE
Non-members/Clients: FREE

Potomac River Running Customers: FREE

MovementX Clients: FREE



Not this time, but if there is demand we can consider!



ANYONE. This is not just for members. We’re opening this up to the athletic community. There are limited spots available for this Workshop and they are available on a first come first serve basis so sign up now!




Big League Performance + Rehab

PT Dr. Mike Yasson


Dr. Mike is the Founder of Big League Performance + Rehab, a lifestyle therapy brand.  Growing up in New York as young kid, his life was centered around playing sports. Baseball (not lacrosse) was the sport of choice. As a pitcher for his high school team he had aspirations of playing in college and even grander dreams of playing professionally.

Those dreams all seemingly came crashing to a halt his sophomore year of high school when in the middle of throwing a bullpen session a sudden sharp pain in his  shoulder prevented him from being able to lift his arm. The result was a torn labrum in his shoulder and a future in question.

Due to the injury he missed the baseball season and had to go to physical therapy for the first time. It was then that his life changed forever.  Seeing his own physical therapist work with people such as himself getting them back to doing what they love to do was enough to set Mike off. This is when he fell in love with PT. He ame to the conclusion that if baseball wasn’t going to work out for me, physical therapy would. If I couldn’t make it, I want to help others to make it.

Thanks to his Physical Therapist, he made a triumphant return to the mound and had a successful high school career which lead to successful college baseball career at the University of Scranton while majoring in Exercise Science and later becoming a Physical Therapist.

Thanks to his time at Scranton he was able to spend 2 years working as a strength and conditioning coach in the New York Yankees organization and a spring training with the San Francisco Giants. It was during this time he was exposed to the special treatment that these professional athletes received. Whether it was the extra attention in the weight room, or the extra stretch in the training room, these players were not just another number in the system, they were treated like actual people, This is where the Big League Treatment was born! 

Physical Therapy doesn’t have to only be a reactive treatment, its something that can be done proactively.  During his time in professional baseball he not only got to work with players who were injured, but also proactively with players that wanted to stay healthy and do what they love for a long time.

From here Mike made it his mission to bring this Big League Treatment to everybody. Professional athletes shouldn’t be the only ones with access to superior care with extra attention to detail. As a result Big League Performance + Rehab was born! No matter whether you’re a professional athlete, weekend warrior, or someone just trying to keep up with their kids. If you have a body, you’re an athlete and deserve to be treated like one!


If you are interested in our assessment services, you can book your appointment here.

Member Spotlight – Olivia Boudreau

Member Spotlight – Olivia Boudreau

Our members come from all walks of life and are of all strides. Our Member Spotlight is one way to get to know your fellow runners.

This month’s Member Spotlight is Olivia Boudreau.:

What is your formula? What are the common classes or recovery elements this member does/uses? 
I love the Normatec Compression Sleeves, as well as, like to mix it up mid week with Danielle’s A.B.S class!

Why did you start running?
I started getting more into running after graduating from college. I played D1 lacrosse at George Washington University and wanted to continue to stay in shape.

Favorite quote?
“If it doesn’t challenge you, it won’t change you.”

What are your hobbies?
Anything outside- Running, golf and tennis!

What is your pre-race ritual (meal, sleep, general preparation, etc.)? Post-race? 
I always need 8+ hours of sleep and picking out a favorite outfit ahead of time.

Why did you join FRC? 
I joined FRC because the staff and community are so welcoming. They truly care about you as an individual and don’t think of you as only a paying member. 

What is your PR in your favorite distance?
Still figuring out my favorite distance, but recently PR’d at the FRC New Years Day Run (5k in 23:20)!

Do you have a favorite class/service?
6am Formula Run or HIIT & Run with Jim!

Favorite workout tunes/music?
I enjoy listening to podcasts on longer runs (Crime Junkie).

What has been your favorite part of being a member at FRC?
The FRC community has been great. I’ve met so many amazing people at the studio and we all push each other to give 100% every workout. 




If you or someone you know would like to be featured in our Member Spotlight, please email i[email protected]

Member Spotlight – Kevin Conley

Member Spotlight – Kevin Conley

Our members come from all walks of life and are of all strides. Our Member Spotlight is one way to get to know your fellow runners.

This month’s Member Spotlight is Kevin Conley:

What are the common classes or recovery elements this member does/uses?
Tread & Train, leg sleeves, and Infrared Sauna

Why did you start running?
I got Cut from the Lacrosse team my freshman year of High School. The Track coach noticed me doing a timed mile in tryouts and asked me to come out for track one day in the lunch room when he heard that I didn’t make the team. 

Favorite quote?
“To get something you’ve never had, you need to do some things you have never done before.”

What are your hobbies?
Ice Hockey, My Dog, Biking, Travel, working on my Jeep!

Why did you join FRC?
I was taking my running to the next level and needed to also take my recovery more seriously. I also wanted to learn more about pacing and how my form can be improved or adjusted if needed. 

What is your PR in your favorite distance?
4:36 in a 1 Mile and 16:20 in a 5K, that was a long time ago though! 

Do you have a favorite class/service?
Probably the Tread and Train classes that expose me to new exercises that I wouldn’t otherwise have done.

Favorite workout tunes/music?
Anything Rap or Rock usually. Just anything to get my mood/focus up.

Do you have any races lined up in 2021? Goals for 2021?
No races lined up due to covid, but this year I “raced” or went as fast as I could for the first time in years for 1 mile with Northeast Track Club. It was a really fun experience that rekindled my desire to run.I am hoping to do this again. 

What has been your favorite part of being a member at FRC?
The community of people of all ages and backgrounds that all have the same attitude of improving themselves as athletes!




If you or someone you know would like to be featured in our Member Spotlight, please email i[email protected]