QT: A Little Awareness Goes a Long Way aka Don’t Be a Douche on Race Day


How many times have you been told to run your own race?

Shoot, how many times have I told you to run your own race and not worry about what everyone else is doing around you?

Running your race is absolutely what you should plan to do on race day with one huge caveat: don’t ruin another runner’s race in the process! Read more

Rhandi Orme Has A No Limits Approach For Herself And Her Athletes


Today I am going a few easy miles with Rhandi Orme.

Rhandi Orme on the Trails

Along with raising 4 children, Rhandi also makes the time to train for ultra marathons and IronMan triathlons.

As if that weren’t enough, she is also a running coach and is passionate about helping her clients in reaching their goals.

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Julie Sapper Helps Runners Reach Their Potential Through Run Farther and Faster


Today I am going a few easy miles with Julie Sapper.

Julie Sapper

Julie is a veteran of several Boston Marathons and is competitive in virtually every race she enters in the D.C. area.

She’s also one half of the coaching duo behind Run Farther & Faster.

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QT: Treating and Preventing Heat Illness (In Yourself and Others)


As is often the case, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.

And when it comes to dealing with heat illness, that is certainly the case.

Preventing heat illness will always be the preferred option to having to treat it/manage it once it has already set it.

Duh

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Scott Douglas Is A True Believer That Running Is Therapy


It’s safe to say that most runners have read something that my guest has written.

Scott Douglas

Scott Douglas is a contributing editor at Runner’s World as well as an author of numerous running books.

His most recent book, Running is My Therapy,  addresses the many mental benefits running has.

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