The Central Park Challenge is a great opportunity to race in Central Park, while helping to provide opportunities for children and adults with developmental challenges like autism.
Sometimes being too tied to our goals as a runner can make us lose sight of the reason we run in the first place. Therefore, it may be healthy to step back and let go of, or at least “loosen”, our goals once in a while.
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.
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.