It' s our way to bring together the knowledge of all of us ordinary runners. It' s the virtual equivalent to putting our virtual heads together. Even though many of us aren' t elite athletes, coaches or authors, it doesn' t mean that we haven' t earned a well deserved PhD in running. Whether you are starting out, have 50 years of running under your belt or somewhere in between - all of us have lessons learned that make us wiser and better runners.
This week' s theme is ... Boston and Marathon Madness. Boston feels like the unofficial kickoff to this year' s marathon season. In celebration of the start, we thought it would be helpful to collect training plans that you have used for marathon training and create a clearinghouse for training plans. Take a minute to jot down your plans or talk about your plans and then link them to the article so others can use and review them as they create their own.
Just click hereto add your name and URL. We have moved the linking widget to the Runners' Lounge Know How section so you can be instantly saved and published as one of the articles in the Marathonsection.
Next week' s theme is ... Time and Balance. One of the continuing challenges we hear from runners is finding the time to run and balance running with all the other priorities in our lives. How do you do it? What are one or two things you have found that help you find time or make time for your runs. What do you struggle with in balancing what you want to do with your running with all you "need" to do?