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  1. It blows me away the huge ability range of people that seek coaching.

    From someone whose average weekly mile pace is faster than the fastest single mile a another person could run.

    Seeking the g... read more

    • Nathan B.
      Nathan B.

      The range of the athletes I coach is the same! The idea that coached athletes fit some sort of mold is ludicrous! But when first talking to people seeking coaching their ability is always their biggest barrier.

      about 23 hours ago Like1 person

    • Mama C.
      Mama C.

      Interesting point. Sometimes I think bad advice deters people from wanting to get a coach in some instances.

      about 16 hours ago Like

    • Joanna M.
      Joanna M.

      If I wasn't married to a coach, I never would have sought one out because I'm not fast or even remotely a pro caliber runner. So thankful that I am coached because my running is...I never thought I'd ever be able to be the runner I am today.

      about 11 hours ago Like

  2. I liked that our waitress said "thanks for your patience" instead if apologizing for making us "wait" for our food (god forbid)

  3. RUN
    great 26 km 02:22 08:47 pace

    Group trail run.

  4. Shared Photo

    Dedicated running nutrition has failed me many times. But a cake pop has never done me wrong before a hard run or race.

  5. RUN
    Long Fartleks 14 km 01:13 08:23 pace

    4 miles of uphill fartleks sprinkled into this run.

    • Mama C.
      Mama C. Nice Job
      Nice Job:

      These fartleks are starting to grow on me.

      about 16 hours ago

  6. Do people get notifications when they lose a KOM on Strava? Because if that's the case, people are getting notified after today's run!

  7. *nonchalant turning around to see what the person behind me who talks really loud about her entire personal life to the person sitting next to her looks like*

  8. Thought: Getting your gait analyzed & finding the proper shoe for that gait is useless if you have not had our form worked on.

    Yes, there is no "best" form, but there are certainly ... read more

    • John K.
      John K.

      My experience with a bunch of different shoes is that it's the other way around - I choose the gait based on the shoe I'm wearing. And mostly that means working around the changes the shoe makes to my barefoot form. The best shoes (for me) are the ones that change my form the least from barefoot gait. So I prefer low-drop, low-cushioned, neutral shoes. But I can get away with high-drop, very cushioned or "supportive" shoes, as long as I figure out the best way to run efficiently in them.

      4 days ago Like1 person

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    • Kyle K.
      Kyle K.

      Larger than your average shoe, Sally. Not Altra wide though.

      2 days ago Like

    • Mama C.
      Mama C.

      Interesting to read this post as I was speaking to my hubby about shoes. He is flat footed and has been fitted for shoes and still gets blisters and his feet hurt after he runs (2-3 miles). I was just telling him to go get refitted but perhaps it's a gait thing. Hmmmmm something to think about.

      about 16 hours ago Like

  9. red/black Garmin 220, unused & new in box for sale $220 shipped. The lowest new on Amazon is $235.

  10. RUN
    Progression 26.3 km 02:25 08:52 pace

    Mostly EZ with a 8km of MOD/HARD in there.

  11. You know you're from SD (not San Diego) when you see the abbreviation TJ's and think Taco Johns (they meant Trader Joe's)

  12. RUN
    Fartlek 12.7 km 01:18 09:49 pace

    EZ with 8x:40 downhill strides

    • Morey B.
      Morey B.

      downhill strides. That's how I trained for a downhill marathon. Got used to the pounding. it worked!

      6 days ago Like

  13. I'm now working with an athlete who has ran collegiality but ended up injured at the tail end of his career. After a period of rest, we're starting back up slowly. Times like this are whe... read more

  14. RUN
    5 km 00:19 06:02 pace

    Ran a 5k out front by myself, so not a terribly fast time. The course was also about .3km short, so I jogged the last bit to finish out the 5k.