RUN717 Coaching athlete, Jay, worked toward his goal to run a sub-3 hour marathon for years before realizing it thanks to a few changes to his training.
Photo by Emma Simpson on Unsplash Let’s look at the science of making running goals, and sticking to them. Written by Laura M. Brenner New Year’s Resolutions among runners–and would-be runners–usually look at the big-picture. We will quit drinking, start cross-training, eat healthily, and go for a sub-whatever race time. We’re all in for ourContinue reading “New Year’s Resolutions Don’t Have to Fail”
Photo by Tobias Greitzke onUnsplash How you can stay safe and have fun during a night run By Laura M. Brenner, assistant coach Brace yourselves. Winter is coming. Sorry. I couldn’t help myself. That’s just how winter running feels in the northeast when daylight hours are limited, and temperatures plunge. It’s not that I don’tContinue reading “What You Need to Know About Running in the Dark”
A guide for beginner trail runners to confidently explore fall and winter trail running.