Staff Profile: Meghan Bruce

Meet Meghan Bruce, assistant manager at Princeton Running Company, who was hired in 2010.

Meghan ran competitively in high school and college. She battled several injuries along the way but has managed to finally train healthily for half marathons, marathons, and triathlons after graduating from The College of New Jersey in 2012.

Having been a health and exercise science major, she enjoys helping fellow runners recover from and prevent injury, and helping them find the training routine that works best for them.

A local trail guru, she also enjoys sharing running routes and stories with others…if you’re lucky you might even get a hand-drawn map! Meghan is excited to race her first Boston Marathon in 2014.

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  1. Tammy Herman says

    Dear Meghan,

    I’m writing to you in hope that you can help me or point me in the right direction. I started running three years ago. Prior to that, I never ran except when gym class dictated track work in middle school. That was over 20 years ago. Flash forward to now – within the first 18 months of running, I ran my first three races: Broad Street, the Philly Rock and Roll Half and the Philadelphia Marathon. I ran injured at the Marathon and couldn’t of completed it without the physical therapy I was receiving to manage the pain. Since then, I haven’t been able to run consistently due to the IT band/bursitis issues that plague my training. As soon as I start logging 25-30+ miles a week, it becomes debilitating. No one could tell me why until recently. I have scoliosis (surprise) and the doctor feels the discrepency in hip alignment causes the IT band issues and bursitis of the hip. He recommends that I change my running gait. I have no idea how to do that. And that is why I am reaching out to you. I do hope you can help.

    kind regards,

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