Sometimes as a coach, you get lucky and a runner comes into your life that really changes your outlook on running. That’s what recently has happened to me. Bob reached out to me looking to run some serious races - Chicago, Marine Corps, Philly, plus a handful of all-day ultra marathons.
Not in a few (separate) years, but in one Fall. I thought to myself that he was a little overly ambitious, but decided I could help him even though I didn’t totally agree with his lofty race schedule.
Bob not only has run 2 marathons and a few ultras already (more still to come), he’s shown me that we can handle a lot more when we’re running for other people. Bob is a proud member of “I Run For…” and Ainsley’s Angels - both organizations are huge in helping those who are less fortunate than most of us.
For the full article, you’ll want to read Bob’s amazing story about finding running later in life.
Friday’s Action Plan:
Find someone who you can run for; a club, a group, an individual. When times get tough, you can lean on their inspiration to get you through.
Big Events Coming Up:
NJ High School Cross Country Sectionals
NCAA XC Regionals
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Marc is a middle school teacher and coach but also works with distance runners online. I help distance runners around the globe by providing support, writing customized training plans and designing workouts to help them reach their racing goals. I write for my blog every Wednesday morning and newsletter every Friday morning.