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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Amy Spegele Envisions A World Where Everyone Can Participate In Sports

My guest today is a participant in the Run the Year Challenge, which means running 2,020 miles in 2020.

This challenge means a lot to her because it wasn’t that long ago that she couldn’t run at all!

I am looking forward to going some easy miles today with Amy Spegele.

Amy Spegele

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Listener Q&A: April 2020

So, how’s quarantine treating ya?

I hope you’re making the best of this whole situation, because as far as I can tell we don’t exactly have any alternatives.

One day at a time, and eventually things will start to get back to normal.

At least that’s the hope!

Speaking of normal, since this is today is the last Friday of the month that means it’s time for a little Q&A! Read more

Rik Zortman Is Using His Human Etch-A-Sketch Skills To Honor Others

I am excited to have Rik Zortman, a.k.a. the human etch-a-sketch, joining me on the show today.

Rik got his nickname for his ability to use GPS tracking on runs to write words, names, phrases, and even drawings!

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles today with Rik Zortman.

A GPS creation by Rik Zortman aka “The Human Etch-A-Sketch.”

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QT: Your Mid-Run Fueling Options are Virtually Endless

You know you have options for fueling your runs, right?

There’s no rule that says that you have to use some pre-packaged, highly processed, and over-priced option, just because that’s what most runners use.

Just saying

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