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Carrie Truebenbach Has a Long View When Working With Athletes

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My guest today is a physical therapist and a running coach whom I recently connected with.

She will cover her coaching philosophy and how she empowers her athletes to make the best decisions for themselves.

I look forward to going a few easy miles with Carrie Truebenbach today!

Carrie Truebenbach

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QT: Building the Right Team May Help You Reach, and Exceed, Your Goals


On the surface, running seems pretty simple, right?

One foot in front of the other, repeat until you finish.

Yet as many of us know, the deeper we get into the sport the more complex it can become. Read more

Nikki and David Harvey Are Proof That Running Strengthens Everything


I’m outnumbered on today’s run, as I’m joining a husband and wife team for a few easy miles today.

Nikki and David Harvey began their running journey together and have learned a thing or two along the way.

Nikki and David Harvey

I’m looking forward to learning all I can about these two and how they make their running relationship work.

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Andrea Flowers Was Running On Empty For Years


Andrea Flowers is a runner that loves the team/group component of our sport.

Andrea Flowers

Running has always come naturally to Andrea, until it didn’t.

A devastating injury along with an eating disorder led to some setbacks that contributed to her outlook on life and running.

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A New Kind of Training Group for Runners: The Coterie

I’ve had a lot of people ask me about coaching, and specifically asking if I offer a group coaching program.

I’ve said before, and I still believe, that I don’t like the idea of a one-size-fits-all training plan. And that belief has been a reason that I’ve avoided the idea of a group training program.

But I think I’ve cracked the code.

I’m proud to announce the Coterie to you today.

You can click the video above for some more of the lowdown, but here are a few of the highlights: Read more