Chris Winn Didn’t Let A Rocky Start To Running Deter Him From The Sport


Today’s guest is a fellow Headsweats Ambassador that isn’t lacking in running stories from all his adventures.

Our chat is long overdue and we are ready to dive in!

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Chris Winn today!

Chris Winn

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Running in the Dark

QT: Go the Extra Mile for Safety When Running in the Dark (Best Of-ish)


This post was originally part of Episode 331 released in November of 2016 and is more or less copy and pasted from that post. The audio, however, is a new take on the topic.

If you live in the Northern Hemisphere, you’re probably aware that the amount of daylight hours is rapidly eroding as we approach the winter solstice.

If you’re a runner, and I’m assuming you are if you’re reading this, that means there is a very good chance you’ll be running in the dark in the coming weeks and months.

Running in the Dark

For some of us, running in the dark is pretty much business as usual.

I do the majority of my running before the sun comes up year-round, so if you’re new to running or don’t log many pre-dawn/post-dusk miles, here are some things I’d encourage you to keep in mind when you find yourself running in the dark this winter. Read more

Eddie Robbins Overhauled His Health And The Results Surprised Him


Today’s guest is someone that I’ve been following on Twitter for a while now and his tweets were evidence that I had to invite him on the show.

He recently traveled to Alaska to run a race which brings him one step closer to running in all 50 states.

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Eddie Robbins and hear all about his running adventures across the United States.

Eddie Robbins

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QT: Keeping Your Running Simple is Often the Better Option


Is it just me, or do humans have a tendency to overcomplicate things at times?

Seeing as runners are humans, does that mean that we have a tendency to overcomplicate things as well?

Yes

If I’m honest? I’ve been guilty of overcomplicating things, for both myself and the runners I coach, at times in the past.

Here are a few areas where I think, both personally and professionally, simple is better than complicated. Read more

Ana Robbins Defied All Logic And Skipped Straight to 100 Miles


Today’s guest is a lady that I’ve had the pleasure of coaching and recently also got to pace her for her first 100-mile race!

When she sets her mind to something she gets it done which is why she chose to do 100 miles as her first-ever race of any distance.

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Ana Robbins and finding out what kind of person signs up to run a hundred miler less than a year after she started running.

Ana Robbins

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