The top links for January 2013 feature the usual suspects on some familiar topics, such as goal-setting, managing your long runs, stretching, finding a coach, and shoe selections.
This month’s edition of the “best of the running web” features posts on goal-setting, minimalism, diet, your distance predisposition, and winter training. All the hot topics in the cold months of winter.
August brought what seemed to be a lighter month in terms of good running comment, but also a good opportunity to get more fundamental, more marathon-specific and learn how to make subtle tweaks to your workouts to make them more meaningful. And of course, we can always talk about the already-too-much-talked-about Olympics.
It is with great excitement that I’m letting you know of the availability of coaching from Predawn Runner (aka Greg Strosaker), with a focus on making achieving your running goals fit around the other commitments you have in life. Find out more about joining Team Predawn Runner, and enter a drawing for a free consultation!
While running is by nature an individual sport, there’s no need to do it alone. In fact, with the plethora of social networks to choose from, it’s easy to find runners with similar capabilities and backgrounds. And that can be a powerful force for driving improved performance and enjoyment.