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  • How To Run a FASTER Marathon

    Marathon training isn’t rocket science, but there’s a few things to keep in mind. Today, Coach Sage Canaday is discussing key components for marathon training! Aerobic Base: I see significant improvements in athletes who start running 30-40 miles (50-60 km) per week and gradually increase to 50-60 miles (80-100 km) per week without injury. This…

  • Five Pace Training Method

    To start, let’s define what is Five Pace Training Method is: Imagine holding up all five of your fingers: your middle finger represents your race pace. The idea behind Five-Pace Training Theory is that you train at two paces slower than your goal race pace and two paces faster than your goal race pace. This…

  • How you talk to yourself matters

    If you’ve been following us long enough, you’ve probably heard us talk about why mindset matters. Today, Coach Sandi Nypaver shares another mindset tip that can impact your physical performance, happiness, relationship with others, and so much more! And it’s this simple: How you talk to yourself matters.⁣Have you ever taken the time to think about what you want…

  • HOW SETTING INTENTIONS CAN LEAD TO BETTER RUNS

    Coach Sandi Nypaver is going to explore how setting an intention can make your runs more effective. Having the mindset of “getting in the miles” is only going to take your running so far. Setting an intention is actually quite simple, and if you’re looking for the “TLDR” of today’s newsletter, this is it:  Think about how…

  • Is rotating running shoes necessary?

    It’s a simple but interesting question: is it really necessary to rotate your running shoes? Today, Coach Sage Canaday explores this topic: This is a great question, and one that a lot of people seem to ask me. But before I get into the details, full disclaimer that I have been sponsored by HOKA for over 10…

  • Run STRONGER With These Nutrition Tips

    Running nutrition may seem complicated, but it doesn’t have to be. In recent years, the conversation around optimal race day fueling strategies for runners has intensified, focusing particularly on the ideal carbohydrate intake per hour to enhance performance and endurance. Should you consume 50 grams per hour? 100 grams? 1000 grams?! (okay, don’t try that…