Oh man, where to start?! It’s been over three years since my last post. Let’s get you caught up. So last I checked in I was about to move across the country from New York to Washington state. I had just bailed on a 50k training cycle in lieu of using that time to spend … Continue reading Tap, tap, tap… is this thing on?
I’ve debated even posting anything about what I am about to share with you, but I know future me will appreciate the record. It feels like I am making it some big deal, some emotional thing by posting, but it’s not really. I hope you will take it how I intend it–to be a snapshot … Continue reading Life comes first
Time and time again I will have athletes ask me about what running workouts they need to become a better, more successful runner. While I agree how you train from a running perspective is very important to your success, there are a few other factors that should be seen as important (or arguably more so) … Continue reading How to be a better runner #toughlove
This morning I attended a New Yorker Festival event titled “Fearless!” which featured rock climber Alex Honnold who is best known for his record-setting, free-solo climb of El Capitan in Yosemite National Park, multiple world record holding skydiver and base jumper Roberta Mancino who has wingsuit flown over Villarrica, an active volcano in Chile, swimmer … Continue reading Fearless