Sunday, August 20, 2017
Guest Blogger: Elizabeth Clor 5 Running Goals for 2016 With a New Year kicking off, many runners are setting their goals, making resolutions and planning out their race calendars for the year. Too often, these goals are focused solely on setting...
Guest Blog: Wenzel Coach - Kendra Wenzel Should You Really Make a New Year's Weight Loss Resolution? So many people approach the New Year with diet resolutions that it often becomes a joke, with the long-term fitness crowd viewing their gyms...
Marathon Running During the Holidays It's that time of year again: Holiday parties at work, family gatherings, traveling and the seemingly endless supply of sugary sweets, alcohol and comfort foods that have been in front of you at every turn...
Guest Blog: Kimberly Mac Namee   While the holidays are an enjoyable time of the year, they are often a contributing reason our training consistency comes to a screeching halt during the six weeks encompassing Thanksgiving through the New Year.  While...
Guest Blog: Nancy Shura-Dervin When we think about ultra runners, what usually comes to mind (besides “crazy”?) is a lot of high mileage training and running. While it’s true that ultra marathon races do involve high mileage races, goals to...
Guest Blog: Clint "Flash" Santoro of Sole Sports Running Zone   To give you a bit of background, I’m a runner of 26 years and coach of 21 years. I coach beginners through advanced levels of runners, including middle school, college...
I have already written in a previous post about what you should be doing days leading up to your marathon, but this post is not about that. These are 7 things I'd highly recommend you doing leading to your...
Guest Blog: Nancy Shura-Dervin You’ve done your training and you are in taper mode. Race week is fast approaching. While tapering for your ultra is good for the body, it can wreck havoc on your confidence level so here are...