RunCanvas Cyber Monday! Special!

RunCanvas Coaching RunCanvas Coaching is offering some amazing coaching packages for Black Friday.  Offers are good through Cyber Monday!*  *I believe strongly that in order to offer the best customized individual plans for my athletes, it is imperative that I limit the amount of clients I will take on in a training cycle.  This willContinue reading “RunCanvas Cyber Monday! Special!”

Book Review- How Bad Do You Want It?: Mastering the Psychology of Mind over Muscle by Matt Fitzgerald #Allaboutrunning Wednesday Blog Link up

Another Book review! Ha ha, my #allaboutrunning link ups have had a lot of book reviews recently, but I can’t help it.  Right now, I feel like a sponge and I have been a bit obsessed with reading running content.  With my own illness, and now my daughter is sick.  I have also had aContinue reading “Book Review- How Bad Do You Want It?: Mastering the Psychology of Mind over Muscle by Matt Fitzgerald #Allaboutrunning Wednesday Blog Link up”

Anxiety on the run, breaking the link

A couple of weeks ago I posted about my struggle with anxiety and how it had began to creep into my running (read about it hear).   Hind sight is always 20/20 and when reflecting on the time period leading up to the anxiety attacks I began to have while running, I could see my bodiesContinue reading “Anxiety on the run, breaking the link”

5 big ticket gift ideas for your favorite runner- Count Down to Christmas- RunCanvas Favorites and Holiday shopping ideas

Last week I did a post Count Down to Christmas- RunCanvas Favorites and Holiday shopping ideas for your runner- Accessories . I am continuing with that Christmas theme and sharing my 5 favorite big ticket Christmas ideas for runners. I like to get a head start on my holiday shopping.  I don’t want to wait for allContinue reading “5 big ticket gift ideas for your favorite runner- Count Down to Christmas- RunCanvas Favorites and Holiday shopping ideas”

Book Review-The Science of Running: How to find your limit and train to maximize your personal performance #allaboutrunning Wednesday Blog Link up!

This post is a part of my #allaboutrunning blog link up.  If you have a running blog, check out the link and join in!  Running Book Reviews and Recommendations- #allaboutrunning Wednesday Blog Link up The Science of Running: How to find your limit and train to maximize your personal performance © Copyright – 2014 – AthleticsContinue reading “Book Review-The Science of Running: How to find your limit and train to maximize your personal performance #allaboutrunning Wednesday Blog Link up!”

The Secret to successful run training!- Part 1 of 2

Whenever I post tips on run training, I will get follow up questions through comments, email and direct messaging.  Usually the person is asking about advice on specific run training secrets or workouts.  What is the best kind of workout to be doing, what is the correct number of miles, how long should a trainingContinue reading “The Secret to successful run training!- Part 1 of 2”

Stop beating the workout- training advice for runners looking to maximize benefits of workouts #allaboutrunning

I’ve posted before about how every run should have a purpose. Before you step out the door for your workout, you should already know what the training stimulus you are trying to achieve from the run you are doing. Too many times, runners will brag about completing a run faster than prescribed. If running fastContinue reading “Stop beating the workout- training advice for runners looking to maximize benefits of workouts #allaboutrunning”

You might be a runner… Friday fun post

Just a little snippet of running humor to start your weekend.  Check it out and comment below with your own! I hope you enjoyed this short clip of humor. Check back for my follow up, ladies only version! Add your own,  comment below with your own “you might be a runner jokes.” I have beenContinue reading “You might be a runner… Friday fun post”

Don’t forget to enjoy running

Runners, love to run. However, it’s not uncommon for us to lack motivation from time to time.  Most of the time, the hardest part is getting yourself out the door.  Fifteen minutes into the run, you feel great and you are no longer struggling to find motivation.  When you are finished you are glad youContinue reading “Don’t forget to enjoy running”