Kyle is a running coach who works with people all over the world to help them run more consistently & be resilient to injury.
The #1 benefit of working on my own hours is that I can do as I please, when I wish. This affords me the incredible luxury of running whenever I feel like it. Whenever the motivation strikes. Luckily it strikes at least once a day,… Read More »Run when the inspiration strikes
Super solid week of running. Last Friday through Tuesday was all recovery, with 60 to 120 minutes of elliptical every day. I’m quite pleased with the mileage I was still able to get in with only four days of actual training. The snow has officially… Read More »Training Dec 2-8 2014
It’s very common for athletes to supplement with caffeine prior to a race, either in the form of pills or just their regular coffee. However, with habitual caffeine consumption, the affectedness of caffeine is greatly reduced. This is why many people will reduce and cut… Read More »Using Caffeine as a Training Tool
“Most mistakes in races are made during the first two minutes, perhaps even the first minute.” – Jack Daniels That above quote most often refers to, I believe, runners going out too fast and burning out. In my race history, that mistake has actually been… Read More »Going Out “Too” Hard
Ask yourself “Can I give more?” The answer is usually “yes”. -Paul Tergat Amateur is French for “lover of” and from the Latin amator, which means “lover”. It often refers to someone who engages in an activity or pursuit for the love of it, sans payment.… Read More »Playing for Keeps
With my recent decision to start training full time, I inquired to an ex-pro triathlete friend of mine, for some advice. My concern was on what to do while not running. How much cross training, yoga, strength work, drills, mobility, etc do I do in relation… Read More »Cross Training – When not to!
I got to update my PR list today at a Halloween Hustle. Check out the full race report here!