Are you going to run on Leap Day? Mark Zuckerberg probably won’t. Join us for a RUN2RUN DEBATE
Working on my endurance is key and building that threshold to consistently run at a good clip for an extended amount of time, just benefits me and gets that marathon pace closer in reach. As the weeks have come and gone, I’ve found myself feeling that tired feeling, the leg heaviness, the soreness, the breakthroughs, the time dropping, the muscle definition, the need to buy clothes that fit now, and the excruciating hangry and fungry moments as I want to eat all the time.
Last week I wrote about the 5 questions I get asked most often. Today, I’m writing about 5 questions I don’t get asked often but I think are important and/or fun to answer! Maybe some of them will help you as a runner. Emma CoburnProfessional runner for New Balance
Holidays are always tough on a runner. You get thrown out of your normal routine. Your training will likely suffer a little. Deep breath. It will all be okay! Take it easy and enjoy yourself. You deserve it. Here is what you are going to encounter this Holiday season. Joe BosshardJoe is a former University […]
Boulder,CO based coach Brad Hudson released his new book today called Coach Hudson’s Little Black Book. In the book he details every workout he has had his runners (many of them Olympians) do in his coaching career. This is a limited print, ONLY 200 are going to be sold. We haven’t read it yet, but […]
I live very close to some train tracks. There is a pretty regular train and it is loud. But it’s great for my training, because I’m always ready for a morning run. Jonny StevensJonny Stevens is a skier and hockey player who got tricked into doing cross country as a freshman in high school. After […]