Our life narrative includes not only our actions, but reactions. Runners (& all humans) can condition positive reactions: resting, refocusing, & rejoicing.
Zach and Andi come from totally different camps when it comes to the love and usage of data. In this episode, we discuss the positives and negatives of data saturation and how we can healthily utilize the feedback we are getting.
Tf you’ve landed here looking for advice on winter running, you’ve found your blog and your people. Yes, we are a special kind of crazy. Let’s bond over some snot-cicles, frozen lashes, and crystal beards (though neither of us have ever had a real beard…).
We’ve been talking, writing, and living the topic of elevating your run. (Training with excellence comes with obstacles, but the benefit of taking your run to the next level isn’t just about running.
To train with excellence for distance running, we need to understand. This post digs into the three most important areas in order to improve.
Burnout. We’ve all been there, right? The emotional and physical fatigue accompanying burnout can shake us to our core. In this episode of AtoZrunning Podcast, we dive into ways to prevent burnout and what to do if we are already there. Burnout doesn’t just happen in the sport of running, but in other areas of life.
These 5 things every runner needs to START will certainly help motivate you to keep doing what you’re doing or add some important things to your lifestyle.
5 things every runner needs to stop… now! Forward motion is strategic. There are things holding us back that we need to stop.
Travel makes training difficult for runners. Especially marathoners. Having spent a lot of time on the road, I’ve learned some lessons!
No butts about it – an inactive or unproductive glute can cause major issues. The gluteus maximus and minimus are responsible for the movement of the hip and thigh. Pretty major functions for a distance runner. …