Welcome to the HillRunner.com Blogs

This article was originally posted by Ryan at the original HillRunner.com Blogs.

I’d like to welcome everyone to the new HillRunner.com Blogs. About time we got some blogging going on over here, right?

Well, I hope I can make the wait worthwhile. As you can see, there isn’t much here now. However, in the next few months, several enhancements will be added. Most notably, everyone who is a registered member will be able to have their own blog. If you ever wanted to start a running-centric blog on a running only website, you just found the place to do that!

Of course, I’ll also be blogging here. My target is at least one post per week but I won’t force the issue just to post content that I don’t think will be useful. What will the posts be about? I’m sure most will be about training. Different concepts I’m exploring, common problems I see people encountering, topics I’m working through in my own running or with the runners I coach that I think would be beneficial to others, most likely even some occasional results personally or of the runners I coach. In addition, I will post my thoughts on stories in the running news world. Elite results, topics affecting the sport at both elite and non-elite levels, whatever I see in the news that interests me and prompts a post. I’ll surely also find other random running-related topics to post on from time to time.

I hope you like it here! If you use a news reader, you can grab an RSS feed from the right and add it to the news reader to follow the blogs here. Otherwise, check in every once in a while and please comment. Part of the reason I wanted to set up a blogging system is because the "Articles" section was too one-sided. I want to hear from you on what you feel about what I write. If you have questions, I want to read and answer them. If you agree or disagree with me, I’d love to hear it and have a respectful discussion on where our agreements or disagreements lie. I hope we can all learn something over here.

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