A couple of months ago, our family added a new member.
We weren’t necessarily in the market for another pointer, but here we are. Read more
My guest today has logged thousands of miles in his lifetime and also organized dozens of races in the past 30 years.
Our conversation today will venture into a topic we have never covered before today which is snowshoe racing.
I look forward to going a few easy miles with Bob Dion today.
I stumbled across a post in another running FB group that I’m in that made me stop and pause for a second.
The post was sharing an article from Trail Runner magazine with a headline that read:
Camille Herron’s Advice for Ultra Athletes: Skip the Long Run
I’m not quite sure I’m ready to lump Trail Runner magazine in with Runner’s World as just absolutely garbage mags, but this is definitely a case where they crafted a clickbait title that has very little, if anything, to do with the actual content of the article itself.
The title is, at best, dishonest.
And calling it a bald-faced lie wouldn’t be a stretch.
Hey Trail Runner mag, do better! Read more
The last six months of the year can a bit crazy, yes?
Between now and the end of the year, things just tend to be a bit crazy.
Holiday parties. Christmas pageants for the kids. End of the year “things”. Family demands. Travel.
Add it all up, the routine is a hot mess from now until somewhere around 4-5 January when the New Year is here and we settle back into our normal busy lives.
All of this disruption can wreak havoc on the training plans of anyone running over the holidays.
But it doesn’t have to. Read more
I’ve talked a few times over the years about the value of consistent training for us as runners.
If you have a pretty regular training routine that works for you, then by all means keep on keeping on.
But if you’re struggling to get into a groove, to find a level of consistency that works for you, hopefully today’s post/episode will help. Read more