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As I’m sure you are aware now, Eliud Kipchoge ran a world record 2:01:39 at this past weekend’s Berlin Marathon, breaking the old world record by an astonishing 78 seconds. This simply expands on the resume of an amazing athlete who many were already calling the greatest marathoner of all time.
We all have a point in every race where we make a decision, whether conscious or not, whether to push through when the going gets tough. Do you know what that point is for you? I’ve seen this called your critical zone and it matters because, if you know where this is, you can have …
While some people don’t like the idea of having multiple goals because they feel like it’s too easy to give up on the primary goal and go for a fallback, I do like the idea. Why?
On Saturday, September 7th, 2002, the West Bend West, UW-Stout, Wisconsin, and world running families lost a great family member. As a teammate of Jamie’s at UW-Stout, I would like to encourage everyone to take a moment to think of him and his family. Please click here for more about Jamie’s life and running.