It doesn’t matter the level. Many runners feel imposter syndrome. It’s a sneaky form of self doubt. Here are actionable ways to move toward self-assurance.
Running can be a solo sport, but that doesn’t mean we do it without the love and support of others. Today we hear stories and talk about the support that makes training possible.
Just because some days are hard doesn’t mean we can’t do something about it. Here’s a list of actionable steps to manage harder days for runners.
There are things we need to let go of and things we need to embrace. We are all multi-dimensional beings and running is just part of who we are.
Why are some days harder than others? For runners, it’s a long list of possible reasons, so we dive into some of the most common and break them down.
Treadmill or dreadmill? Whether you love or loath stationary running, there are times training on the treadmill can be beneficial.
Whether just starting out or boasting a wall full of bibs, at some point or another we find ourselves confused by certain race lingo!
Miler Louis Falland joins to talk about the sport of running. Track and Field is the most raw and simple sport in history. Athletes have elevated humankind to see our species endless potential.
Social running ignites or rekindles running passion in nearly all of us. How do we execute our training plan and stay in community? Check out this article.
Parker Stinson races on the biggest stages of professional running. He joins us sharing his process & perspectives about running under pressure.