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QT: How to Stay Consistent When the Race Calendar is Empty


In my view, there are few things more valuable for us as runners than to stay consistent with our training.

Sure, other things matter in helping you make progress toward your goals.

But if you’re not regularly getting your miles in it’s hard to realize the growth you are looking for.

One way that many runners are motivated to stay consistent is by always having a race or few on their calendar.

But what happens when the race calendar is more barren than usual? Say, during a global pandemic? Read more

QT: The Value of Consistency in Your Running Routine (Best Of-ish)

This post/episode was originally published in November of 2017. The following post/show notes are basically copy/pasted from the orignal post, but the audio is a new take on the subject.


Every Monday morning, I sit down at the computer and update the training plans for each of the athletes that I coach.

For whatever reason, this week it really struck how repetitive most of the plans end up being.

While I pride myself on creating unique plans for each client, once a client finds the routine that works for him or her things start to look pretty much the same week in and week out.

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QT: All Roads Lead to Rome (Best Of-ish)


This post/episode was originally published in May of 2017. The post/show notes are simply copy/pasted from the original post, but the podcast audio is a new take on the same subject.


All roads lead to Rome.   ~Medieval Proverb

In the middle ages, Rome was kind of an important place.

So important that, as the saying goes, any road will take you there. You simply have to travel on it long enough.

There’s a lesson in there for us as runners…

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Nicole Stirling Was Transformed Through 366 Days Of Running


My guest on the show today is a runner and a blogger.

Nicole Stirling

She has traveled to various countries and takes every chance she can to explore on foot.

It’s my pleasure to go a few easy miles with Nicole Stirling

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Jen Kirkpatrick

Jen Kirkpatrick’s Journey To Be Healthier Took Her 100 Miles


Today I am going a few easy miles with Jen Kirkpatrick who has just recently finished her first 100 miler.

Jen Kirkpatrick

Jen Kirkpatrick

Not too long ago she struggled to finish a 30-minute couch to 5k workout.

Jen is the ultimate proof that consistency can take you from 0 to 100 – literally!

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