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QT: Refreshing Your Memory is a Good Thing!


This year, one of my non-running goals is to read 50+ books.

Reading books is one of my most tried and true methods for learning, in all facets of my life, which is why it’s a priority for me once again in 2021.

I have several books I’m already looking forward to reading this year, as well as several books I’m looking forward to re-reading this year.

Wait, what? Read more

Shit Just Got Real

QT: How You Start Plays a Big Role in How You Finish


So how are you doing in regards to your goals seven days into 2021?

One week into the year is about that point where things start getting real.

Shit Just Got Real

The buzz of the champaign and the excitement of the new year is starting to wear off, and life is starting to settle back into the usual grind.

This is the point where your ambitions for the new year may start to go off the rails.

But it doesn’t have to be. Read more

QT: Setting Yourself Up for Success in 2021 (and Beyond)


As you may have heard me talk about once or twice, I’m a big fan of setting big goals for myself.

And there is no better time for big goals, as far as I’m concerned, than the start of a new year.

However, as we all know, many goals that get set on New Year’s Day don’t exactly come to fruition 365 days later.

Shoot, a lot of goals don’t even survive the month of January.

So before we get too crazy with declaring goals our goals for 2021, we would be wise to do a bit of groundwork first to give us our best chances for success in 2021. Read more

QT: Overcoming Overtraining Syndrome for Runners


After taking a closer look at the signs and symptoms of overtraining syndrome last week, it’s time to dig a little deeper into balancing the work to recovery ratio.

What is the solution for overcoming overtraining syndrome?

Thankfully for us as runners, there are more options available than simply running fewer miles. Read more

QT: Identifying Overtraining Syndrome in Runners


Overtraining syndrome is, in my opinion, one of those things that lurks in the shadows of the running community.

It doesn’t get talked about as much as it possibly should, and I’d wager it’s far more common than many of us realize.

Myself included. Read more