Author Archive: SageCanaday
2-time Olympic Trials Qualifier, Mountain runner, Author of "Running For The Hansons," trail runner, videos for Vo2max Productioins, LLC.
Hey Everyone, Hope your year is off to a great start! So I’m not much of a writer. My thoughts get expressed best through the medium of video (and probably pictures but I can’t paint or draw!). Below you can watch (via the YouTube VLOG video) and/or listen to my “Race Report” of the Hong […]
Honoring The Game: My thoughts on Performance Enhancing Drugs in Running First off I’ll admit: I’ve been “obsessed.” Overly passionate on many occasions. That is part of my bias. Of course I also have a financial stake in being a pro MUT Runner. This is my main job…this is how I make a living…I […]
Well, I finally completed the 100-mile distance! It was rough, it was raw, and it stripped me to my core…but I gutted out the full distance in a 17 hours, 16-minutes at the 2016 Western States 100 Endurance Run. In short, the race was my worst ultra race performance in my career. I laid down […]
Too Consistent? As a coach I often preach about training and racing consistency. In our Sage Running Secret ebook Sandi and I qualify that as having “consistent variation.” That is the goal is to train well and race routinely well, but with an upward trajectory for adaptation and self improvement (or at least a better […]
Nutrition For Distance Running: An Experiment of Many… Disclaimer: I’m not a Doctor (obviously). I’m not an RD either! I simply have a passion for nutrition, the environment and distance running. I took a handful of Nutrition/Chem/Bio courses during my time at Cornell University but most of what I learned is from lay study. Take my […]