This post was originally part of Episode 376 released in February of 2017 and is more or less copied and pasted from that post. The audio, however, is a new take on the topic.
On the surface, opting to work with a running coach (and actually paying money for it) may not make a lot of sense.
I mean, we’ve been running since we were kids, right?
Contrary to what some non-runners (and runners?) may think, as a running coach my job isn’t to teach you to repeatedly put one foot in front of the other.
I’m pretty sure most runners have that part figured out.
So What Does a Running Coach Do?
A lot of things. Read more
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
When it comes to training philosophies, I think I’ve made it pretty clear where I stand.
Whether or not you go all-in on heart rate training as I have, there is no doubt in my mind that running easy most of the time is the best thing we can do for ourselves as runners.
The list of benefits of running easy is long and distinguished, but so is the list of misperceptions.
One such misperception? That running easy means you will seldom/never get outside of your comfort zone. Read more
This post/episode was originally published in February of 2017. The post/show notes are more or less copy/pasted from the original post, but the podcast audio is a new take on the topic.
Where do you want to be, with regards to your running, in five years?
What are you willing to change to get there?