Coaching – it’s not just for elites!

Coaching – it’s not just for elites!

Compared to many runners, I’m still a baby runner. I only started running 9 years ago during my freshman year of college. I needed a way to burn off stress. I decided to go run 3 miles out of the blue. Without stopping. Don’t do that. I couldn’t walk the next day. I...
Friends with Running Benefits

Friends with Running Benefits

“Find your tribe.” “Friends with (running) Benefits.” “Stronger Together.” Whatever you want to call it, we know we run faster when we run with friends. They push us and challenge us and call us to a higher standard. They’re a...
The Dreaded Sickness Season

The Dreaded Sickness Season

“Neither rain, nor snow, nor sniffle, nor fever shall keep me from my training schedule.” We’re right in the middle of flu and cold season. And contracting an illness ranks right up there with an injury, in my mind. Because anything that inhibits...
When spring seems like a distant memory

When spring seems like a distant memory

When Mark showed up for our run this morning, I wouldn’t have recognized him if Pollo hadn’t been in tow. Face mostly covered, an extra jacket, and sweatpants, Mark looked more ready for an arctic freeze than our workout. Granted, it was around 18 degrees...
Run Through It

Run Through It

Winter is one of the hardest seasons to run through. The weather is rough. We’ve already had snow, ice, sleet – and we’re only half way through January. It’s dark longer. Sunrise at 7-7:30 (depending on cloud cover) and sunset at 5:30-6 doesn’t leave a huge window for...
Yoga Resolutions

Yoga Resolutions

As New Years Day draws closer, many of us start putting together our list of resolutions. For runners, the list might start with baby-steps like: warm-up before every run, sleep more and drink less coffee. A few years ago, Mark decided he’d put yoga on his list. ­The...

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