New Year’s Resolutions Don’t Have to Fail

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”

How to Pick a Marathon

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”

12 Weeks To Boston – All About Weekly Mileage

Last Monday was 12 Weeks to the Boston Marathon. I am running Boston, and I love this part of the training cycle. Despite the challenging weather, I love seeing my weekly mileage increase. Your weekly mileage is the number of miles you run in each week and it is one of the most important partsContinue reading “12 Weeks To Boston – All About Weekly Mileage”