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.
Life happens, injuries happen and sometimes after a lengthy grueling training cycle we just need a break from running. It’s totally understandable. The question I get from many of my athletes when discussing these bouts of time away from training is how much fitness will I lose? This is a great question. We work soContinue reading “How much fitness will I lose? Taking a break from running and the impact it has on your fitness.”
Every run has a purpose. Many runners, especially new runners, are under the impression that in order to get faster, they must run all of their runs faster. This, very simply put, is not true and can quickly become counterproductive. Your easy run is a key building block for endurance races, but only if done correctly.
Running is awesome! I am sure it is no surprise, to anyone that I meet, that I think running is pretty great. I am not the only one, however. Running is growing in popularity, it is definitely having a moment. There is a reason why, running really is for everyone Why everyone should become aContinue reading “Why YOU should become a runner 2019”
As I have transitioned to a certified coach, actively seeking new clients and building my hobby into a business. I am surprised by the conversations I have had with runners on an almost daily basis surrounding the concept of hiring a running coach. It’s not what I thought it would be. It’s not that manyContinue reading “Why YOU could benefit from a running coach!”
When talking about our goals we often talk about all the awesome training we have planned to get us there. We talk about the workouts we will be doing, our weekly mileage, and the coaches we are using. We take time setting up intricate training plans. One thing that is just as important in thatContinue reading “Focus on Recovery”
Physical Therapist and Performance Coach Nathan Carlson cover some basics about common misconceptions runners have about injuries.
This was a tough week. Not because of the workouts, or mileage. It was tough because it took me the whole week to recover from last week’s 10k race. I shouldn’t be terribly surprised, I seem to recover slower than most of my running buddies. The fatigue and soreness will hang around an extra dayContinue reading “2017 Week 10 Recap-6 week before Boston Marathon!”
Okay, things are getting really busy around here and it seems like everyone and their dog is getting sick. All I want to do it run! HA HA! It was a balancing act to get in the miles and workouts this week, I didn’t exactly follow my plan as written but I think IContinue reading “2017 Week 6 Recap-10 Weeks Until Boston Maraton”
Whoa! I don’t even know where this week went. I have been super busy, I feel like I blinked and a whole week went by. I was a ball of nerves. Knowing I had a race at the end of the week, really gets my nerves going. It wasn’t a goal race, but IContinue reading “2017 week 5 recap- 11 weeks until the Boston Marathon”