This article is a little bit different! I'm sharing it as I wrote it as part of course I'm taking so it's bit fancier. If you want to know what coffee I drink, I just did a review of the Partners Brooklyn I always drink for my friend's site! Introduction As a running coach, I've had the opportunity to work with athletes of all levels, from beginners to elite … [Read more...] about The Impact of Coffee on Running Performance: Insights from a Running Coach
Dealing with Side Stitches – Tips from a Running Coach
Even experienced runners can experience side stitches during a long run, which can be both uncomfortable and frustrating. In this article, we'll discuss what side stitches are, what causes them, and most importantly, how to deal with them effectively. What is a Side Stitch? A side stitch, also known as exercise-related transient abdominal pain (ETAP), is a sharp pain or … [Read more...] about Dealing with Side Stitches – Tips from a Running Coach
“The Michigan” – a great workout for speed and endurance
"The Michigan" is a challenging and effective track workout designed to improve running speed and endurance. This workout is recommended for experienced runners who are looking to push themselves to the limit. Here's a detailed breakdown of "The Michigan" track workout: Warm-up: Begin with a 10-15 minute easy jog or a dynamic stretching routine to get your muscles warmed up … [Read more...] about “The Michigan” – a great workout for speed and endurance
Why Sprint? So Many Reasons!
Lately, I've been wanting to switch up my routine and take my fitness to the next level. That's when I discovered the power of sprinting. Sprinting is a type of high-intensity interval training that involves running at maximum speed for short distances, typically 30 to 60 seconds. I was skeptical at first, but after incorporating sprints into my workout routine, I quickly … [Read more...] about Why Sprint? So Many Reasons!
Alex Karwoski – Peloton Rowing’s new instructor
We're hearing rumors that Olympian Alex Karwoski will be Peloton's new rowing instructor. Alex has been a regular on the US National team, starting with the Under 23 in 2012. He was 2016 Olympian, and has been part of the senior team since. Alex was an alternate at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. In 2016, he narrowly missed an Olympic medal as the USA placed 4th in the … [Read more...] about Alex Karwoski – Peloton Rowing’s new instructor