My Training Principles
Being happy and healthy are priority #1
Don’t get hurt! You’re not going to get anything accomplished in training if you do not have the energy, motivation, and health (mental and physical) to allow you to execute the necessary workouts and recover from them. Happy runners are successful runners.
Increase your ability to resist fatigue at goal race pace through progressively increasing both time and distance at goal pace as the race approaches.
Give priority to key workouts
These are the most important days. These workouts should have plenty of time between them to ensure proper recovery. The days these land on are even very flexible, the beauty of training with a coach instead of a static plan is you can more easily move key workouts around and have the coach assist you with the schedule.
Extend the pace, along with the distance.
Instead of gradually going longer and longer at a slow pace, slowly extend a given pace for longer and longer time. As a race gets closer, you should be able to do more and more distance at race pace. When looking at intervals, they should become longer with a constant pace or more.
Diet should prioritize whole food and nutrient dense options
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I do hold high expectations and a full commitment from both you and I. On my end, I’m going to do everything I can to earn you as a client. On your end, you’re not going to skip workouts or sell yourself short with training, nutrition, or recovery, and you’re going to do everything possible to respect my mentorship to you.