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Coaching, tips and tools for your training by RRCA certified running coach .
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HillRunner.com Sep 20
If you don't learn from your mistakes, you set yourself up to make more mistakes.
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HillRunner.com Sep 6
More miles or more intensity? To be your best, both. Find your own right balance.
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HillRunner.com Aug 16
Take chances. The downside is usually nowhere near as bad as we fear in the heat of the moment.
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HillRunner.com Aug 2
They may look good on Instagram but how beneficial are they really?
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HillRunner.com Jun 21
Figure out what your running means to you. Then make sure your actions reflect that.
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HillRunner.com Jun 19
Quick note about Amazon links from . Now, they are directed through . This means, instead of a portion of your purchase going toward , a portion will go toward the charity of your choice.
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HillRunner.com Jun 7
It's one of my favorite times again, where I encourage you to ask me anything (of course I answer questions any time I'm asked).
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HillRunner.com Jun 1
News: There are no magic paces (or black holes) -
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HillRunner.com May 31
What's the best method for soft tissue injury recovery?
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HillRunner.com May 24
Your annual reminder: summer running is great, as long as you keep in mind a few precautions.
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HillRunner.com May 17
More isn't always better. Work on doing better first, then do more.
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HillRunner.com May 10
When you start anything new, you improve rapidly. Use this to your advantage, don't fall into its trap.
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HillRunner.com May 5
If you're in the Milwaukee area and free on September 14th, this is a lot of fun! Sign up by May 12th to save $10.
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HillRunner.com May 3
Don't get tied down to certain paces or afraid to run others.
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HillRunner.com May 1
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Jonathan Gault Apr 28
Here's how good Eliud Kipchoge is. The average of his five fastest marathons is 2:02:59. The fastest marathon ever by someone not named Kipchoge is 2:02:55. His five fastest, and everyone else's below:
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HillRunner.com Apr 26
How important is sleep? Just a little difference can have health and productivity consequences. Plus thoughts on caffeine for race performance and foam rollers.
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HillRunner.com Apr 19
At some point, we all need to accept that our PRs are in the past. There are still things to accomplish, though. Don't let the fact that you aren't getting faster anymore get you down.
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