DBU XC Men — April 2021 8 x 1000 meters @ 2 x 82 secs/400m, 2 x 80 secs/400m, 2 x 78 secs/400m, 2 x 76 secs/400m (200 meter jog rest) + 8 x 200 meters @ 32-34 secs (200 meter jog rest) This past spring semester I really challenged my guys with the volume … More Workout of the Day — DBU XC Men
Every summer I love just going through our old training logs. It’s always a good reminder of work that we’ve done in the past and I think it keeps us grounded in what we’ve done, while learning and striving to do it better going forward. Today I am looking through the last seven weeks that … More Revisiting older training — Micaela Lamb
Most high school or college programs are about to enter their summer base training period and so with that in mind I want to give you my biggest tip for surviving the long (and hot) summer training months. BE PATIENT. World-renowned coach, Renato Canova, once said that you cannot rush fitness. In training, especially in … More Tuesday Tip — Be Patient
This winter, during our Indoor Season, Noah Metzger broke our school record for 3000 meters. He ran 8:19, which was a 13 second personal best and was four seconds under the old mark (held by Stetson Rayas). The Indoor Season isn’t usually one that we peak for and so any time that we have an … More 7 weeks to a school record?
If you’ve followed along on this site, you know that I start every training block with a period of rest and recovery. Time and time again I see athletes complete a season, or a training build up and immediately jump back into running and training. And I get it. We want to be good. We … More Why do we REST?
Madison Brown — March 2021 2 mi (12:34) + 1.5 mi (9:09) + 1 mi (5:52) + 1 mi (5:33) w/ 3 min rec. Yesterday it was announced that Madison (Madi) Brown was selected for the NCAA National Championships in the 5000 meters. This comes as no surprise as she has had a tremendous year … More Workout of the Day — Madison Brown
It’s been over a year since I posted on this site. Life got busy. Two kids. A pandemic. Back to work. Things get neglected. The summer is usually an opportunity to reset, review, and renew. I’m looking forward to getting back into it with this site — the goal is to grow as a coach … More Getting back into it.