New Runner? Start Here!

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New Runner? Start here!

On the front end of things, running seems easy. 

Put on some shoes, clothing, and go out and run

And that will work, for a while…

But if you want to get serious about it. And by this I mean putting thought, planning, and effort into your running… no, into your training and improve. It takes a bit more.

You need to be a little more thoughtful on how you go about doing this or that.

  1. Being more mindful of your running habits will have you feeling better during and after each run 
  2. Running at the correct levels of perceived exertion will allow you to run farther, more comfortably 
  3. And doing some easy to implement strength & mobility work will reduce your injury risk, make you a faster runner, and even improve your general well-being

If these sound like things you can get behind, check out the series below!

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NEW VEGETARIAN OR VEGAN?

Start here!

I’ve brought together various starting resources to get you off on the right foot when it comes to having a healthy and sustainable plant-based diet. 

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While running can be as easy as going out and running in gear you probably have at home, it’s no doubt that having the right tools makes it a lot more sustainable and fun.

So click below to check out my favorite running stuff, from socks, books, nutritional products, and more!

Hey there, I’mCoach Kyle

Through weighing 230 pounds at my heaviest and losing that weight, earning a degree in nutrition, completing ultra marathons and a couple sub-3 hour marathons and working 1 on 1 coaching hundreds of runners, I’ve been there.

Now I take my experiences with myself and my clients and help runners just like you get on a plan that follows them, not the other way around! 

I specialize in helping busy people fit smart training, easy to do strength work, and healthy heating + mindfulness habits around their lives. Training should be something that benefits you, not stresses you out.