Tag: coaching

The Power of Coaching

It’s not technical Despite the conventional wisdom, the knowledge a coach has is secondary to his or her effectiveness. That’s right. Knowing the ins and outs of periodization, tempo runs, and intervals on the track are not the primary factors for success as a coach. Information, especially in the age of the internet, is a …

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The Basics: Components of Running Fitness

I am going to lay out my training philosophy in a series of posts that I will call “the basics.” Simply because everything that I do as a coach or recommend to a fellow runner stems from these principle centered ideas. These ideas are based on my years spent running and experimenting on myself. It’s also …

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