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Jerry Przywara Learned That In Running And In Life Progress Isn’t Linear


My guest today is someone that has been fairly active in the Facebook group the past couple of years, so his name may be familiar to some of you.

Outside of what he has shared in the group, he’s someone that I don’t know a whole lot about.

I am looking forward to getting to know more about Jerry Przywara while going a few easy miles with him today.

Jerry Przywara

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QT: Calling an Audible is Not the End of the World in Your Training


This wasn’t the quick tip I had planned for this week, yet here we are.

The topic I had planned for today just wasn’t coming together.

Will it come together down the road? More than likely.

But instead of continuing to try and force the square peg into a round hole, I decided that calling an audible was the better choice.

So, like I said, here we are. Read more

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

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QT: Your Longest Run Isn’t the End All/Be All When Training for a Race


“How long should my longest long run be before my race?”

This is a question that I see quite a bit on social media, and at least occasionally from the runners that I coach.

Can I be honest for a minute?

Of Course

I hate this question. Read more

QT: Is Race Variety the Key to Your Growth as a Runner?


As you may remember, if you’ve been around these parts for awhile, I got a new guitar for Christmas a couple of years ago.

Up until that point? I’d never owned a guitar and had only dabbled on the guitars of friends a handful of times over the years.

To say I couldn’t play the guitar at all was not an understatement.

I’d always wanted to learn to play the guitar, specifically how to play Dave Matthews songs on the guitar.

So I took the plunge, bought myself a starter guitar, and dove in. Read more