Category Archives for "Run Training"
Episode: 003Title: It’s Never too Late with Lynn CookFinal Show Link: https://innerfireendurance.com/ifes003In this episode:I had the honor and privilege to interview the Masters Track 1-mile Age Group American Record Holder, Susan “Lynn” Cooke*. (*In the racing world she goes by her legal first name, Susan, but to the rest of us she will always be […]Read More
Tips for Quality Run Training Train no faster than one pace quicker than the race you are training for. For example, 5k pace is good for an Olympic-distance race, while half-marathon pace suffices for IRONMAN training. Distinguish what your greatest limiter is. Is it physiological, i.e. engine capacity, specific fitness, ability to tolerate heat, ability […]Read More
Leading up to the Chicago Marathon 2016 The Chicago Marathon provides an excellent course, plenty of support and, for me, a chance to visit home for a few days. It was no different for me this time, with one small factor. I was not nearly as trained for it as I should have been. In my […]Read More
If you didn’t have an opportunity to read the epic writing in the previous post, I discussed the reason “why” I ran the NYC Marathon, then I highly recommend that you do. Not just because the writing was fantastic, but it is my hope that the recap will be more emotionally moving. Delta carried us […]Read More
My Why – PKD The human brain is an advanced computer that controls many different systems. The body is like a room full of servers each independently managing a different system with a one major system, the brain, as the master controller for all of them. When the master controller has a difficult task to […]Read More
Happy Hump Day! Workout Wednesday’s will consist of favorite workout of mine that I either have prescribed to my clients or have been assigned by MY Coach. It might also be a favorite of yours. Feel free to send me any workouts you like. There will be an objective for every workout for specificity. Run […]Read More