I am so excited to feature another amazing Boston Qualifier! Every Monday until April, I will be featuring a runner that has qualified and currently training to run the Boston Marathon in April this year. I am excited to give a voice and share the story of a few of these runners. Each story isContinue reading “Boston Marathon Featured Runner-Amy Robbins #marathonmonday”
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Running and Celebrating Success: Recognizing Achievements on the Road
The KC Chiefs win the Super Bowl and today the city is celebrating with a parade. I am in a celebratory mood! You don’t have to win a Superbowl to celebrate though. Running can be an incredibly rewarding and fulfilling activity, but it can also be challenging and demanding. Whether you’re a seasoned runner orContinue reading “Running and Celebrating Success: Recognizing Achievements on the Road”
Running Downhill Marathons: Benefits, Challenges, and How to Prepare
Downhill marathons are becoming increasingly popular among runners as they offer a unique running experience and the potential to set personal best times. Unlike traditional marathons that are mostly flat or uphill, downhill marathons feature courses that are primarily downhill, allowing runners to pick up speed and flow through the course. However, while the benefitsContinue reading “Running Downhill Marathons: Benefits, Challenges, and How to Prepare”
The Pros and Cons of Weight Loss for Runners: Navigating the Balance for Improved Performance
Running is one of the most popular forms of exercise for weight loss. Whether you’re just starting out or you’re a seasoned runner, incorporating running into your weight loss plan can help you achieve your goals. However, there are both benefits and challenges to weight loss as a runer, and it’s important to understand both so you can be successful.
Boston Marathon Featured Runner-Mike Groes #marathonmonday
I am so excited to start a new series featuring a different runner each week. Every Monday until April, I will be featuring a runner that has qualified and currently training to run the Boston Marathon in April this year. The Boston Marathon represents something special for many runners. As one of the oldest andContinue reading “Boston Marathon Featured Runner-Mike Groes #marathonmonday”
Treadmill Running-Change your mindset
Hate the treadmill?… I am choosing to change my mindset. I am choosing to look at the value my treadmill brings to my training and helping me reach my goals.
Understanding Runners for Dummies- Chapter 3 “Running Circles in parking lots, and other odd behaviors”
Here’s Chapter 3 of the best-selling guid to taking care of your runner. Do you have a runner in your life? This fun, friendly guide to runners prepares you for this tough but terrific time. From the basics – housebreaking, feeding, training – to the latest on runner care, supporting your runner, and the new designer breeds of runners. You get everything you need to understanding their odd behaviors.
RUNspiration: Motivating your run
Many runners use the 15 minute rule…I like to take the 15 minute rule a step further. I am deliberate in the thoughts I allow myself to have.
RunCanvas 4 year celebration
Wow, I can not believe it has been 4 years since I started this blogging adventure. I started this as an opportunity to share my running journey and connect with other runners. I am just so obsessed with the running community and constantly looking for ways to connect with my “tribe” like minded people.
Terms of Service
At RunCanvas Coaching, our mission is simple: we want to help you achieve your fitness goals. We believe that we can best assist you throughout your journey by providing a training plan just for you; primarily based on your goals, abilities, and life. Services included in your monthly coaching are: An initial consultation to discussContinue reading “Terms of Service”