But if you want to know about athletic scholarships for female distance runners, then you’ll probably find this post informative (and you may struggle to find this type of information elsewhere).
I have opinions about training for high school runners, even thought I’ve never coached at that level. Yet many training truths apply across all ages and this post on 1,600m training and this post contrasting the 800m/1,600m/3,200m are informative because you get not only my opinion, but you get the thoughts of accomplished high school coaches in the comments sections. Thanks to everyone who takes the time to write thoughtful comments.
But if you’re an adult runner who is just minutes away from qualifying for the Boston Marathon, you probably don’t care about high school training and instead want information about marathon training. You’ll find my thoughts in articles outside the blog like this one and this one and this one. What I write for other media outlets isn’t always on this site. And while this podcast with Dr. Trent Stellingwerff on fueling for the marathon (and training in a carbohydrate depleted state) is insightful, more of my posts for adult runners have been written for other media outlets.
I want to answer your questions, but I don’t always know what they are.
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I can’t promise I will be able to answer every question, but no doubt some of these questions will be answered. Don’t be shy. I don’t know what you want to know unless you tell me what you want to know.
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