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
Greg Unger is returning to the show today for round two.
When he does anything he goes all in, which explains why I had to have him on for a second time.
In his few short years as an endurance athlete, Greg has completed over 230 marathons, ultras, and Iron Man triathlons!
On today’s show, I’m joining a Greg Unger for a few easy miles.
Greg has an amazing story when it comes to his evolution as a runner, starting off as a very serious body builder before diving into the deep end of the running scene. And as you can see, he doesn’t exactly look like your typical marathoner/endurance athlete.
Greg wasn’t a runner growing up, but he definitely was into lifting weights. At some point a few years ago, he decided he wanted to drop a little bit of weight and started to dabble with running here and there.
As his health habits improved and he continued to feel better, he really got into endurance sports.
And the rest, as they say, is history.
Here are some of the highlights of our conversation: Read more
Today I’m joining Melissa Kahn, who has one of those stories that NEVER gets old!
After getting married and having kids, Melissa found herself in need of doing something to help her change her life.