Happy New Year! The world seems divided into two types of people. Those who love New Years resolutions, and those who think they are dumb. Well I am a total optimist and I love the clean slate and hopeful attitude that surrounds New Year and resolutions. 2018 was great, it was full of ups and… Continue reading My 2019 Running Resolutions
Running is awesome! I am sure it is no surprise, to anyone that I meet, that I think running is pretty great. I am not the only one, however. Running is growing in popularity, it is definitely having a moment. There is a reason why, running really is for everyone Why everyone should become a… Continue reading Why YOU should become a runner 2019
I love New Years! Reflecting on the personal growth and journey of 2018 and the excitement and hope looking at 2019. To help celebrate the New Years, I will be sharing a New Years Special from RunCanvas. Hurry these deals won't last long! 8 week Beginning Runner Training Plan Normally a one time fee of $50,… Continue reading RunCanvas Coach, New Years Specials
Follow up from my previous two blog articles; Why YOU could benefit from a running coach! and Which type of Running Coach is best for YOU. Today, I am going to go into details about how to choose the coach that works for you. Choosing to work with a coach is an excellent way to add motivation, structure… Continue reading Picking the right running coach
So you have decided, or are still considering, working with a running coach. Great! Run coaches are not one size fits all, though. There are the worlds greatest coaches and they still won't be the right fit for everybody. I am following up yesterday's post Why YOU could benefit from a running coach! with information on some… Continue reading Which type of Running Coach is best for YOU
As I have transitioned to a certified coach, actively seeking new clients and building my hobby into a business. I am surprised by the conversations I have had with runners on an almost daily basis surrounding the concept of hiring a running coach. It's not what I thought it would be. It's not that many… Continue reading Why YOU could benefit from a running coach!
What are plyometric exercises? Plyometric exercises, sometimes referred to as plyos or jump drills are high intensity exercises that build an athletes strength through the process of stretching the muscle and then releasing stored energy into the next jump. Think of the stretching process like a rubber band and as you stretch that rubber band… Continue reading Plyometric Exercises for Runners