Everyone should consider a coach whether to improve your running, your career, or your life. … More Coaches: They’re not just for athletes
When I mention “over-training” to my running friends they know what I’m talking about. We have all experienced this from time to time in our running careers. Last fall I ran two marathons, Chicago in October and Bucks County just 5 weeks later. It was probably not the smartest decision I ever made; but I … More Over-Training – in Running and Non-Profit Work
“Diagnosis brings ‘hopelessness’ and this is a way to do something – sign up and run – it becomes a way to feel good and do something positive.” … More Cause-Running Review: Run for Our Sons
Many charities big and small have been able to capitalize on this grassroots fundraising movement. In 2015, New York City Marathon participants raised $19,605,126 for 317 charities. … More Cause-running: Is it for you?
Beyond being helpful to a meaningful cause, volunteerism can, and should, be done strategically. … More Don’t just run the event; volunteer!