#EndureStrongBR

This is going to be a slightly different blog post.

With this being a site page, and not a ‘blog’ post I am going to post linearly with the most current / recent post being at the bottom. I will also date the posts.
Thanks for following and lets see if this is my road to Boston!

Disclaimer: I received an Endure Strong training experience to review as part of being a BibRave Pro. Learn more about becoming a BibRave Pro (ambassador), and check out BibRave.com to review find and write race reviews!

When I was approached by bibrave, they wanted to know if I was open to changing up my training philosophy.If you have followed me for any length of time… my philosophy has been just keep running…

So, yeah; I thought I should try Jared’s training plans and advice

If you have followed me for any length of time… my philosophy has been just keep running…

So, yeah; I thought I should try Jared’s training plans and advice. I am obviously excited about the prospect of being coached by an Olympian who is also currently one of the best U.S. long distance runners; but also because his story is relatable. If Jared, having a full and busy life (family, career, etc) can run a 2:09 and finish 8th at the Boston Marathon…. he should surely be able to help me qualify!

20190511 – update

It has been three weeks since I started “training”.
I think I was expecting something a bit different; but because I am one of those people who is hyper aware of themselves, I know that I’m what needs to change in order for anything to be different.
I need to make the time and I need to follow the plan.
I think what I was expecting, however; was a piano lesson style coaching…
I think I was expecting someone to tell me, you haven’t been following the plan…

Jared seems down to earth and really approachable and Andrew is also really great. They provide encouragement and information and even include our situations and ailments into the weekly virtual lessons.
That being said, I haven’t felt a real push to keep on track with my training…which is what I think I wanted from a coach.


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