Get the inside scoop about race day from a race director on this week’s episode of A to Z Running Podcast. Ever wonder what goes on behind the scenes?
Three-time Olympian Dathan Ritzenhein talks about how to be a lifelong runner by staying physically, emotionally, & mentality engaged.
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.
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.
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.
Your limitations don’t always mean a cap on your goals, but rather an honest evaluation of how many miles you should run, what pace you should aim to hit during workouts and races, and how much time you need to prepare your body (routines) beforehand.
What a day! If you ran the 2019 Bank of American Chicago Marathon, congrats! (And if you spectated, thanks!) We…
One thing every runner understands is struggle. Having just (both of us) completed the Chicago Marathon, we decided to dive…
If you’re a runner, you have runner quirks. The question is simply whether you keep them a secret or wear them like a merit badge. We thought it would be fun to examine the runner quirks that define us and share some examples (ours and others’!).
Racing in the rain is hard. But we’ve learned some lessons that can at least make it less abysmal. This post shares our tips for racing (and training) in the rain.