10 Most Popular Running Blog Post Round Up

 The Running Dead – Ever feel like you’re running yourself straight into a whole in the ground?  This most popular running blog post will help you figure out how to recover and keep moving; even if it means having to summon the powers of running resurrection.

 Running Nightmares – From rogue cars to bathroom issues, there’s plenty of nightmare situations that even the best runners have to navigate.  Complete with a few tips to help get you on the other side of these worst case scenarios that terrify even the most seasoned of veteran runners.

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How to Keep Running When You Want to Quit – One of the most common questions I have received as a coach is how to keep going, even when your body is screaming to quit.  Here’s my tried and true tips for getting through those difficult periods, and how to keep running when you’d really like to stop.

 How to Run a Faster Marathon – If you’ve got a couple of marathons or half-marathons under your belt, it’s fairly likely that you’re looking to continue improving your race performance.  This post covers the training changes I implemented to successfully shave over an hour off my marathon time in a relatively short period of time.

What to Eat Before a Run – One of my most popular round-up posts, sharing all of my favorite pre-run breakfast options organized by running distance.  Because runs are almost always better well-fueled.

Running Hacks Every Runner Should Know – All my best tips, tricks, and hacks to make running less difficult, more enjoyable, and just a little easier. Definitely one of my most popular running blog posts for new runners.

Insane Things Only Runners Understand – Questioning if you’re truly a runner?  Well, here’s 10 things that only runners really understand!

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24 Miles in 24 Hours – After a couple of weeks over shelter in place and quarantine precuations, I got a little antsy and decided to tackle one of my most unique running challenges to date.  Running one mile on the hour every for 24 days.  Here’s everything I wish I had known, and what I learned from this fun experience.

What Crappy Runs Mean – Ever have one of those no good, very bad runs that make you wonder why you’re running and what you’re doing wrong?  Here’s exactly what those crappy runs mean, and what to do when you experience them.

 The Liar Mile – The first mile of any run is most often the most difficult mile.  If you fall for its tricks, you just might bag the run all together, but here’s exactly why you should never trust the first mile.  And what you should do instead.

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