Caroline is nailing her runs. She is hitting all of her goals so now we are focusing on putting some urgency into picking up her pace. The transition happens for most runners at some point in training and the time is now!
Steph has gone from training for the hottest 100 miler around to training for one with some of the most elevation gain out there, 26,000+ feet of gain. We don't have much time so enjoy the show on how we are attacking the training and the race!
Dan and Liza share their thoughts on recent training and open up in some questions that really have nothing to do with running!
Kat and Sean catch us up on Kat's training and then we do a deep dive to learn more about how they both think about things that don't have to do with running.
Red is in a pretty good place right now finding the time to get the training in with less stress on the table. It's all a part of the flow of life and training and we think you'll be able to relate.
Kat suffered a set back during some of her big downhills at the big relay she recently did. Today, we talk about the best ways to get around a new and frustrating injury. Enjoy the show.
We changed it up a bit and decided to take some questions from our Team BU runners. Why is my upper back hurting late in long runs? If I only run once a week, what should I focus on? When should I run fasted, if at all? All these and more. If you like the format, let us know and we will get more content like this for you!
Steph knew from day one that her coaching and training would be unique from a timing and periodization standpoint. So, when she wanted to try her second 100 miler in less than 3 months, we knew we had to find quality in her training instead of quantity. This call is all about that balance and the goals for this training cycle.
Susan is getting ready for some big mountain running this fall and has to deal with one of the most common and annoying injuries as runners, a sprained ankle. Enjoy the show!