Runners aren’t the only athletes that need running shoes but what seems to happen with both runners and non runners a like, is the lack of knowledge on selecting the right shoe for their needs. Coach Rob covers lots of ground in this information packed show on running shoes. Have you ever asked yourself there has to be a better running and wonder why you haven’t found it yet. Have a listen and learn the right way to find your perfect shoes! This show is aimed at runners but all athletes can learn how selecting the right running shoes can impact their auxiliary training performances.
Suffering from Treadmill Psychosis?
Well if you are reading this you are either suffering from the symptoms of treadmill psychosis or very curious about the title of the article. In a post last week I described trainer psychosis and in this article using the same format, I will describe treadmill psychosis and some cures. Let’s break down what I am calling Treadmill Psychosis. Which … Read More
Dealing with injuries head on!
I hope the title of this article motivates you to deal with an injury ASAP. The longer you wait to figure out what the injury is or how it happened the more damage you could be doing! I also urge you to seek information on reputable websites as well as from multiple in-person visits with professionals. It’s a Coach Rob … Read More
Getting the most out of your visit to a gym
Endurance athletes are the least likely folks to visit a gym. That in itself will be another article but I wanted to start off with how endurance athletes can get the most out of their gym visits. I am a strong proponent of functional strength training for all endurance athletes and this means time spent in a gym lifting weights … Read More
Cold weather training for cyclists and runners
If you are living in cold weather climates and are an endurance athlete it maybe time to bundle up. While I am writing this article it’s early fall in KY, the wind is blowing, it’s raining and it’s cold! Yuck! Man I am not looking forward to being out in this but there will come a point where riding my … Read More
The “Odd Season” and Transition Timing
In terms of sports seasons we usually talk about the race season and the off-season but right now I am dealing with the odd season. The odd season is that time of the year when you are between your last major A/Priority event or race and the off-season. This can be a mentally and physically tough time of the year. … Read More