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Ryan Hill
RRCA certified running coach, runner, running fan. Webmaster: Alum:
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Ryan Hill May 17
More isn't always better. Work on doing better first, then do more.
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Ryan Hill May 17
Before doing more, do it better -
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Ryan Hill May 12
THIS is pretty cool and very special.
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Ryan Hill May 12
Remember the faux controversy over the Shaunae Miller finish in the 2016 Olympics? Here's a truly intentional dive and I love it!
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Ryan Hill May 10
The clean slate phenomenon -
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Ryan Hill 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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Alan Couzens May 6
NEW study on training factors leading to World Class performance in distance runners finds *total volume* and number of *easy* runs are the 2 factors most associated with a World Class performance
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Ryan Hill 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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Ryan Hill May 5
Team : 2019 Al’s Run -
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Ryan Hill May 4
for the latest in running (and basketball) news.
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Ryan Hill May 3
Don't get tied down to certain paces or afraid to run others.
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Ryan Hill May 2
There are no magic paces (or black holes) -
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Ryan Hill May 2
The whole Semenya issue is so difficult. This is the bottom line in my opinion but read the whole thread. Great thoughts by .
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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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Ryan Hill 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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Ryan Hill Apr 25
Foam rollers, sleep, caffeine -
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Ryan Hill Apr 23
Is Eliud Kipchoge the Yoda of running? Kipchoge Is Ready to Defend His London Title - “If you concentrate on the rear mirror,” he told Runner’s World, “you’ll crash and cause an accident.”
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Ryan Hill Apr 23
I was at game 7 when the last won a playoff series. The Bradley Center was electric. Still feel this postseason at Fiserv Forum may raise the bar. This is a special team.
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Ryan Hill Apr 19
Replying to @GBrimmer1
As I get older, I am learning the multiple meanings behind that statement.
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Ryan Hill 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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