Monthly Archives: December 2010

The Coldest Day of 2010

The winter of 2010 / 2011 has started off brutally cold all over the United States with accompanying high winds and record snowfall in many places. Here in central Florida we only face the cold and wind – though it … Continue reading

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Intense Training after a Long Run

When training for a marathon it is paramount to include consistent weekly mileage, long runs, stamina sessions and speed training to ensure an optimum result. In the midst of all of this training we must also insert proper rest and … Continue reading

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Karan’s First Cross Country Race

Many runners who race cross country have their first experience in high school. But in some parts of the world where running is not popular, cross country racing isn’t on many runners’ radar screens. Karan Singh is from India, a … Continue reading

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Warming Up After Cold Weather Running

This morning we had record low temperatures of 30 degrees, give or take a few degrees, around the central Florida area. As I ran five miles I thought, ‘if it is this cold here, the rest of the country must … Continue reading

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Running Uphill Against a Cold Wind

Today one of my coaching clients was scheduled to do a session on a golf course which involved four sets – each included two fast repetitions up a hill of approximately 150 meters with a climb of perhaps 50 feet and … Continue reading

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