The challenge…

A year ago, when this website was up for renewal, my wife said, “It would be good to have the site and post a blog every week or so…” I said, “Every week? Every day!” She then responded with…”There’s no way that you can post every day on that site.” Well, here we are…9 days … More The challenge…

Question of the Day

Do you train all of your runners (800 meters through 10,000 meters) the same way over the winter break?  The short answer is yes. The longer answer is sort of. We aren’t a program that puts a lot of emphasis on the Indoor Track Season…we typically have everyone (800-10k runners) compete during Indoors on just … More Question of the Day

Great advice — Jay Johnson

Consistency. When that word describes your training in the months of December, January and February, you’re ready to run well in outdoor track. Simple concept. Putting in the work isn’t easy. This advice from Jay Johnson is the VERY BEST I’ve heard on winter training for the upcoming track season. Take this advice!!!

Learning From the Greats — Bill Dellinger

Good things come slow, especially in distance running.  — Bill Dellinger With our 2018 XC Season being complete now, I’m thinking ahead to next year’s team…and the bottom line is that we’ve got to get better…but as Bill Dellinger cautions here, “Good things come slow, especially in distance running.” We’ve got time and we need … More Learning From the Greats — Bill Dellinger