There are so many different routes endurance athletes can take in terms of fueling. Nutritional goals are very similar, but the means to reach such goals can take many forms. Hamburgers, potatoes, gels, sports drink, chi
Admittedly, I'm a road runner. Although I do my fair share of running on the trails, I tend to prefer the ease of speed and turnover I experience on the roads. I would almost consider it a sickness that I like knowing my
Chocolate milk as a post-workout recovery treat has gotten a lot of attention over the years. It's amazing how good chocolate milk can taste after a workout. The advantages of post-workout chocolate milk goes beyond its
In my last personal training experiences post I mentioned that I want to tackle "The Snake" before I even consider committing to more miles again. I'm only running a modest 50-60 miles a week. The mega mi
Wow - time has flown by since the Rocket City Marathon! I've taken some much needed downtime. I've been running less miles, exploring interests outside of running, and enjoying a little more quality time with the family.
It was a great marathon in Huntsville, Alabama! After the New York City Marathon, or lack thereof, it was a bit of a challenge to get re-motivated. A trip to Huntsville that offered a bonus visit with friends to run a ma