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.
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.
Admittedly, the first thing I think when someone says “I’m training for a marathon but want to jump in this 5k. What should I do to prepare?” is not helpful. Because my first thought is: DON’T.
As I age in the sport of running, one of the more important developments for my training has become the sense of rhythm I feel while running…
by: Andi Ripley Raise your hand if you are so over winter. I came up with a ridiculously fun treadmill…