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.
The Boston Marathon is rescheduled because of Coronavirus. I wrote about the uncertainty last week (you can read that post here). This week, the only certain thing is that far fewer of us will be racing anytime soon. We have seen an unprecedented amount of races cancelled and postponed. You might agree with the stepsContinue reading “Boston Marathon versus Covid-19, part II”
Are you overwhelmed with choosing a marathon? It’s no wonder because there are over 800 marathons in the US alone, according to Running in the USA. How do you go about choosing the right race for you? Here are some things to consider: WHEN: Narrow down your race date first. If you can’t pick aContinue reading “How to Pick a Marathon”
Do you have running goals? You should, they are important and act as a road map to your success. In his book, “Meb For Mortals”, he believes there are three things that determine your success as a runner: good goals, hard work, and commitment. Here are some qualities of good goals: It Should Have PersonalContinue reading “Goal Setting”