Angela Dunn is Proving that a Good Coach Isn’t Defined By Gender


My guest today and I have quite a bit in common.

Angela Dunn

We are both runners, coaches, and members of Altra’s Red Team.

Today I will go a few easy miles with Angela Dunn as we cover those and many more topics.

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Relax

Quick Tip: 4 Suggestions to Keep in Mind as Race Day Approaches


Even though it’s not fall (yet!) in Florida, there’s no doubt that peak fall racing season is almost upon us!

Several of the athletes I coach will be toeing the line of their goal races soon.

For many, the lead up to a goal race is a super exciting time. But it can also be a bit nerve-wracking for even the most level-headed runner.

The nearer you get to race day, and the deeper you get into the taper, things have a way of getting even tenser! Read more

AJ Scarlato is Holding Himself Accountable via Social Media


Today I am going a few easy miles with runner, husband, and father, AJ Scarlato.

AJ Scarlato

AJ has recently come back into the sport after injuries and life forced running to take a back seat.

He recently started a blog and a podcast to help hold him accountable and chronicle his journey for others.

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Amanda Love is Making Positive Changes in Her Community


My guest today loves being a part of the running community in a variety of ways.

Amanda Love

She is actively involved in the Girls On The Run program and is working towards organizing a trail running event to help raise funds for a local nature preserve.

Amanda Love goes all in whether it’s for her own goals or to help her community.

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QT: Find the Useful Bits of Good Advice and Dismiss the Rest


Last week I got hammered.

No, not that kind of hammered.

During the #FridayFive last week, I decided to have a little fun and rustle some feathers but taking some not-so-subtle digs and those that watch a bit too much football.

It was all in good fun, at least that was my intention, and there was a legit message that I was trying to convey.

Though judging by the amount of lambasting I got from those in attendance, as well as the reception I got from my wife when I was finished, it’s safe to say that my point was missed.

And that isn’t the first time someone missed the gest of a tip or piece of advice that I have tried to convey… Read more