Tag: goal race
After a long season, it’s important for runners to spend a few days doing things that aren’t running
“So, the next time life steps into your training block, take a moment to ask yourself, ‘what’s the next right step?’ That’s it – that’s all – then proceed”
So your goal race didn’t go so well. OK, it went terribly. How do you give yourself a picker upper so you can move on already?
May 9th, 2016 by Allegra Swanson | Posted in Blogs, Confessions from a middle-of-the-pack half-marathoner | No Comments »
When she started training for her goal race, Allegra described herself as a middle of the pack runner. Now that the training and the goal race is complete, she can no longer say that.
You trained. You tapered. You ran your goal race. Unfortunately it didn’t go as planned. Now you’re hoping to get revenge by lining up again and performing better. Not every race is going to […]
We all have bad races. It happens to the best of us even after putting in dedicated efforts during workouts. Having a bad race can be devastating. By all logic, months of commitment should get […]
Although it feels very much like summer outside, fall is coming soon. For runners, that’s good news. What better season is there to run in Canada? Early fall is warm without having runners feeling […]