“I’m going to say something that may blow your mind — and many of you may disagree — but here it goes: Running does not necessarily make you a stronger runner. There, I said it. Now let me explain where I am coming from and what I am not saying.
I have coached a diverse population of runners over the years. Those who are trying to complete their first 5Ks and seasoned runners trying to improve their PR’s want to know how to “run better.” They have questions about proper pacing, stride length, the right shoes, how many miles they should complete every week, when to train, etc. While all of these questions matter and a proper program should be followed, what runners fail to focus on is what to do when they are not running…” Read More