Although I am currently involved in this self-initiated running experiment, which is sort of an anti-training-log system, I am still keeping a running log on various factors that go beyond simple time and distance. If you really wish to figure out...
Guest Blog: Jeff Lukich   Having been a coached athlete longer than I have been an endurance coach, I have learned a thing or two about coaches, coaching styles and what athletes should expect from their coaching experience.  It should be...
You are not exactly a newbie, but you're no veteran either in the sport of running; but lately you have been thinking about registering for a race that is longer than the distance you usually run. That's great! Way...
Guest Blog: Greg McMillan I’m going to start by stating categorically that there is no one best running form. Runners come in so many different shapes, sizes and proportions that it’s simply illogical that one running form, like one training...
Guest Blog: Dara Wittenberg I hope you all are happy with how your races have been going and are feeling good in this final 3rd of the season. If you still have your “A” race ahead of you, then you can...
Guest Blog: Wenzel Coach - John Forbes Slam that stem down as far as it will go! Look like a bike racer! Get those elbows as close together as possible! You must sacrifice all for aero! Comfort is for the...
Guest Blog: Greg McMillan If you’ve proven you can finish but would like to finish faster, here are three proven strategies to do just that.  Insert these workouts into your training plan to boost your race pace and feel stronger...
Guest Blog: Wenzel Coach - Elaine Bothe Working Hard or Working Smart? When you’re feeling great, there is nothing like the exhilaration of a sunrise training run or a long bike ride. You look forward to your strength training and intervals,...
Don't Let Speed Work Scare You Many of you got into running for a myriad of reasons: become physically fitter, clear your head, lose some weight, find an active social network of friends, etc. It would be pretty safe to...
Race Yourself Into Shape To race or not to race?...That is the question. Some of our Athlinks' members race 1-2 times per year for the local Turkey Trot or for that annual endurance event to raise money for such-and-such charity. Others  of us race...