I’m a runner who is currently living and training in the Washington D.C. area. I’m training with a post collegiate group (DC elite) trying to give running at a high level a shot. My Running accomplishments and PR’s are listed below.
First off, a shorttraining update. Going very well. I’ve had some solid workouts and am just getting into the swing of things. Right now I’m putting together the outdoor schedule, but it looks like for big meets I’ll try and
I get asked about what training books to read, so I’ve decided to come up with a list of the top training (textbooks excluded) books I’ve read. It’s a subjective list but to add some objectivity my rankings will take
I coach or have coached several individuals ranging from beginning High Schoolers runners to a sub 4min miler post collegiate runner. If you are interested in being coached by me contact me through e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org). I am only interested in coaching those
It is cold, very cold for a southerner. Alright, maybe it’s not that bad but I HATE having to bundle up and put on all sorts of clothes to just get out and run. The freezing rain really doesn’t make
Well training was going real well until a day or two ago when I got sick. It’s not that bad but just leaves me feeling sluggish. So just easy mileage at recovery paces until I get over whatever it is.
I’ve decided to post some writings I’ve done on a couple training aspects. I’ll try and post more periodically and hopefully they help some people out. If you have any questions, e-mail me or leave them under the comments section
I’ve been in Hawaii for a bit now on a family vacation which means limited computer access.It’s been pretty fun and all but the running is killing me. The hardest part is the second run of the day. It’s hellishly