Training

The Four Pillars of Successful Coaching

by Gert • March 22, 2020

The best natural runners do not always win, and the best coaches do not always have winning athletes. I requires a mixture of both, where a culture is created that brings out the best in each runner individual — even if they aren’t the most naturally talented.Successful coaching and the relationship between a coach and […]


The Four Pillars of Successful Coaching

by Gert • March 6, 2020

The best natural runners do not always win, and the best coaches do not always have winning athletes. I requires a mixture of both, where a culture is created that brings out the best in each runner individual — even if they aren’t the most naturally talented.Successful coaching and the relationship between a coach and […]


Generic Training Schedules and Self-Proclaimed Coaches

by Gert • March 3, 2020

Compared to 20 years ago, thanks to the internet, the amount of information about running is rampant. Training schedules and plans can be easily found, help and information is just a click away… But herein also lays the danger. Not all the available info is correct. I would even say that the majority of all […]


Morning, Day or Evening?

by Gert • March 3, 2020

Every runner has his or her prefered time of day for running. Some like to run during the early morning hours, citing they are fresh and therefore able to run faster. Another group uses their break to go for a quick run as they are not too tired yet and it boosts their energy for […]