Category Archives: racing peak

Confessions of a f*ck up, and how to keep laughing about it

I love it when I f*ck up. Find it amusing. My kids love it too. They roll their texting eyes and go, “OMG dad.” This morning in conversation with my fiance Sue, I was discussing a fun coaching session I … Continue reading

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The pain of a DNF

With all the training and preparation one does for a race, the most painful part of any racing experience is a DNF. Did Not Finish, is one translation. Did Not Finish means something went wrong. There is perhaps no greater … Continue reading

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A simple technique to running faster that is simple, hard, and it works

With all the theory and articles written about how to become a faster runner at any distance, there is one simple thing you must do to improve your speed, your stride and your overall race pace at any distance. Run … Continue reading

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