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Training

Have the Financial Freedom to Enjoy Running in Your Later Years

Have the Financial Freedom to Enjoy Running in Your Later Years

posted by Greg Wieczorek

Last January I had the pleasure of spending a weekend in Houston, Texas with a group of friends which included Dave Nevitt, a familiar name within the Maritime running community.  Full Article »

Training

The Why and How of Maintaining your Fitness in the Off-Season

The Why and How of Maintaining your Fitness in the Off-Season

posted by Greg Wieczorek

At this point in the year many runners have recently completed their goal fall race and are enjoying certain lifestyle changes that come with not having a big event that  Full Article »

Injury Prevention

Should I Race or Not?

Should I Race or Not?

posted by Greg Wieczorek

What to do when faced with the difficult decision of whether to race or not? After a long, hot summer the fall racing season is finally here and many runners  Full Article »

Injury Prevention

Overcome Injury Faster By Being An A+ Patient

Overcome Injury Faster By Being An A+ Patient

posted by Greg Wieczorek

Brandon Laan’s recent post 7 ways to improve while injured was of timely relevance to me as I had recently sustained a low-grade Achilles tear and, like many runners who’ve  Full Article »

Training

Plan Ahead to Avoid Uncertainty on Race Day

Plan Ahead to Avoid Uncertainty on Race Day

posted by Greg Wieczorek

After months of diligent training and hard work, the goal race of many runners is quickly approaching and there will soon be a finishing time next to peoples’ names that  Full Article »

Training

Common traps that can derail a successful training season

Common traps that can derail a successful training season

posted by Greg Wieczorek

During the past year that I’ve been involved in working with members of the running community, it’s been very gratifying watching people work hard and have their efforts rewarded with  Full Article »

News

When & How to Choose Your Target Race Pace

When & How to Choose Your Target Race Pace

posted by Greg Wieczorek

Now that it’s the latter half of February, many people have already picked their spring goal race and have gotten serious about working towards that goal. An issue I’ve seen  Full Article »

Training

Ego: The Achilles Heel of an Otherwise Synergetic Training Group

Ego: The Achilles Heel of an Otherwise Synergetic Training Group

posted by Greg Wieczorek

In a previous article I had written that discussed the quantitative and qualitative factors to consider when forming a training group, one of the topics I briefly touched on was  Full Article »

Training

Tips on Running to Work: Maximize Time and Minimize Frustration

Tips on Running to Work: Maximize Time and Minimize Frustration

posted by Greg Wieczorek

I recall a particular Friday afternoon a few years ago – I was working in downtown Toronto for the week and left my hotel at four in the afternoon to  Full Article »

Training

The Generic Training Program: A Template for Mediocrity

The Generic Training Program: A Template for Mediocrity

posted by Greg Wieczorek

From time to time a runner will e-mail me their current or recent training program, primarily for FYI purposes or for validation that what they are doing is “right”. Nine  Full Article »

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