Heart Health & The Endurance Athlete

February is American Heart Month and while I always enjoy promoting heart health, this month always reminds me of my time working in Cardiac Rehabilitation and Open Heart Surgery. I guess you can say that heart health has a special … Continued

5 Tips for Better Winter Running

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  It’s 20 degrees and snowing. A perfect day for a run. For some of you, this may sound like crazy talk. If running during the chilly winter months has you dreading your workout, you’re not alone. I’ve coached many … Continued

5 Tips to Calm Pre-Race Nerves

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  You’ve put in the hard work of training for a race, but now that race day is approaching, you find yourself getting more and more nervous. Let’s face it, pre-race nerves can have us all acting a bit neurotic. … Continued

Speed Work in Training

Do you incorporate speed work in your training? If you’re training for a longer race, such as a marathon or Ironman, you’re most likely getting your long runs in. But doing volume doesn’t make you faster, it helps you resist … Continued