Tag: marathon training

Training Talk #4: Distance Running Principles

Training Talk #4: Distance Running Principles

As promised, I’m going to continue on with my YouTube “Training Talk” video series. In this video, I rant about 3 core principles or concepts that I’ve found over the last 15 years to have been most helpful in my distance running career.  Also, I start off by listing off some major influences that have […]

March 27, 2013 | By | 8 Replies More
Consistency In Training Is Your Biggest Asset

Consistency In Training Is Your Biggest Asset

So here’s a new blog post on training. I was motivated to post this because my girlfriend told me I didn’t write very much here. I admit, I like making videos more often but the following is a written something for in-between my Youtube “Training Talk” series of videos:   Consistency in Training is Your […]

February 26, 2013 | By | 16 Replies More
Trying New Things

Trying New Things

February 6th, 2013: “Tryin’ New Stuffs” So after Bandera I was pretty messed up. I mean my shin was swollen so much that I couldn’t see the ankle bones on my left leg! I figured out I had anterior tibialis tendonitis pretty bad so I decided to actually take a break from running for 14 […]

February 16, 2013 | By | 6 Replies More
UROC 100km and Epic Training Bonk

UROC 100km and Epic Training Bonk

Epic Training Bonk, European Travel Bugs, and the UROC 100k First off, I’m proud to announce that my new footwear and apparel sponsor will be Scott Sports.  Honestly I had never heard of the brand until a couple months ago, but they have quite an extensive footwear line for road racing, trail/ultra running and mountain running. […]

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The Mountains Beckon

The Mountains Beckon

The Mountains Beckon June 2012 “…I went to the woods [mountains] because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and not, when I came to die, discover that I had not lived…” -excerpt from Walden: 2. “Where I Lived and […]

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