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.
Like most pursuits, your running performance gains will take the shape of an S-curve if you continue to target incremental goals, using incremental improvements in methods, over time. This post covers how you can identify a plateau early and jump on to a new experience curve.
Running, like many other pursuits, need to be viewed as a long-term endeavor, to be invested in, developed, built, and nurtured through hard work. When short-term goals lead to a desire to push things a bit, bad things can happen.
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!
The Predawn Runner Code serves as the foundation not only of a training approach, but as the basis for the point-of-view of this blog. As we head into the busy summer training season, it’s time to take a step back and re-ground the assumptions that drive the thoughts shared in this space.