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From Frontline to Finish Line – Eric McElvenny

Guest Blog: James Sa (Challenged Athletes Foundation)     Training has long since been the variable that sets apart the elite; determination, dedication and discipline are universally...

How to Survive the Workout or Race from Hell

Guest Blog: Dara Wittenberg Yes, You Can Survive That Workout or Race At the USAT Level I Coaching Certification clinics I open my Mental Skills Training...

Dreaming Big Doesn’t Only Mean a Gold Medal

Guest Blog: Susan Loken Are you glued to your television every two years when the Olympics roll around? Are you inspired by the commitment, camaraderie, and...

Why the 5+ Hour Marathoner and the 14+ Hour Ironman Are My Heroes

I'm a pretty fast guy for a non-elite runner. I can still break a 4:30 mile, a 16-minute 5K and a 33-minute 10K at...

Racing Without a PR in Mind

PR, which in endurance circles stands for "Personal Record", or the best time an individual has done personally in a particular distance or race....

Why We All Need To Take A Page from the Costume Runner Playbook

Those of us who frequent marathons have seen those "crazy" people who are all dressed up as Superman, Batman, a piece of food, a...

You Are NOT a Professional Endurance Athlete

While for many of us participating regularly in running, triathlons or cycling events is an important part of our lives, it shouldn't be the...

Run a Marathon Because You Really Want to

One would think because I have run marathons and coached hundreds of people to race a marathon that I would be a huge proponent...

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