We were all just thrown into this crazy holding pattern. We are always looking to set strong foundations, but this is a time where it came become our focus. Executing long term vision is not accidental and requires implementing strategies for success.
With race plans thwarted and social distancing keeping us from our favorite groups and gyms, our goals need adaptation. We can still find motivation and community, but it is challenging.
“Hillanta” tested the minds, bodies, and wills of athletes competing in the U.S. 2020 Olympic Trials Marathon Team Trials.
Check out one of the strongest fields in U.S. marathoning history. Who will represent the USA at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games?
In this week’s episode, we explore the impact of our mental state as well as cognitive tools to help us reach our potential and enjoy our experience as runners.
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.
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.
West Michigan is home to dozens of running groups meeting throughout the week to run all manner of efforts and distances. Take a look at our big list of many of those groups to find a home for your next run!
Professional athlete, Leah O’Connor shares her story, her process through pain, her driving passion, and her vision for feeling powerful again.
The anxious runner is one way to describe my struggle. This article will outline my triggers, how running can help, and ways running does not help as I pursue positive mental health.