Runner’s Blog

Blogging the real running world

  • COACH’S CORNER: Santa Monica Cold Weather Gear, or How to Run in a Trash Bag

    As winter approaches, new runners ask, “What should I wear to run in cold weather?” and I ask you, “How cold does it get here?” ... read more >>

  • COACH’S CORNER: Continuing Your Training During a Busy Holiday Season

    The holidays and high miles are upon us, and one question that I've already heard several times this fall is, "How do I complete long ... read more >>

  • COACH’S CORNER: What to Consider with the Time Change

    As we get ready to change our clocks, it may be a good time review some safety considerations for your midweek training. At this point, ... read more >>

  • COACH’S CORNER: Running Terms

    When training for any type of race or event, you will likely be following a training plan or program what will tell you what types ... read more >>

  • COACH’S CORNER: Eighty Percent of Marathon Success

    If you are a beginning runner, I promise you now, I am sharing the three most important tasks you need to accomplish to succeed in ... read more >>

  • COACH’S CORNER: Walking for Speed and Endurance

    If I could not walk far and fast, I think I should just explode and perish. --Charles Dickens Well, I don’t know about explode and ... read more >>