Brent run(s) The adventure of running and travel mixed up and spit out on a blog

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Coach / Pacer Bio

Background I am a lifelong runner and have found a love for both running and coaching. During 5ks I always like to talk about when someone is going to sign up for the marathon....

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How to do your own home workouts

Coop Mitchell is the founder and owner of Garage Gym Reviews, where he identifies the best fitness equipment and helps people build gyms in their own homes. In this guide, he helps fitness enthusiasts identify...

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Important Coaching Names

Percy Cerutty (Middle Distance Running) Bill Bowerman (Jogging) Arthur Lydiard (Running to the top) Bob Martin Peter Coe (Runner Program) Jack Danials https://runsmartproject.com/dr-jack-daniels/ Jeff Galloway (Run/Walk!) Roy Benson (Heart Rate Training) Tim Noakes (Lore...

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Your Last Long Run

My last long run of the season or my last long run of the year? When is it time to take a break and not do anymore long runs? Seven weeks ago, I developed...

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RRCA Coaching!

I am very excited to announce that I have passed my Road Runners Club of America Level 1 coaching certificate and passed my CPR/First Aid exam which now makes me an official RRCA Coach....

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Building Discipline

Yesterday’s article was about having some discipline in running, but it applies to everything I am doing. The discipline of running means building good habits that are productive and healthy. This is my start...

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Mental Toughness

I’ve come to learn over the last 10 years that running isn’t about physical as much as itâ€s about mental toughness. Run is 90% in your head, and the last 15% is mental. There...

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How to Plan Your Next Running Route

Now that weâ€re in the early weeks of spring, youâ€re probably itching to get back outside for your runs instead of feeling stuck inside on the treadmill. To avoid boredom or monotony in your...

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Lame start to my Lenten posts

Lame Excuses A short update on my non-posting for a couple of weeks. My Lenten goal was to post once a day, and I think I did that until about March 3rd (Pretty darn...