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PROMOTION OF THE MONTH

Start the New Year off right with a private session with one of our expert coaches. For the month of January, 2017 you can bring a friend with you to a session for no extra charge. We have coaches located in the NYC area, Hoboken, NJ, Chicago, IL, Waukee, IA, Portland, OR and Menlo Park, Palo Alto, and San Jose, CA. 

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COACH SPOTLIGHT

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Coach Alexander Lowe is a distance coach at Crescenta Valley High School in Los Angeles, California. Before beginning his coaching career, he ran Division 1 cross country and track and field at the University of Mississippi, where he consistently trained with and competed against some of the best runners in the nation.


Coach Lowe is a firm believer in doing all the little things it takes to stay healthy, whether it be strength work, flexibility exercise, or cross training. His goal is to ensure that every athlete he works with stays injury free.

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FOUR TIPS TO MAINTAINING MOTIVATION IN 2018 AND BEYOND

It’s a new year and your resolutions have been made. But without new habits, it will be difficult to maintain your resolutions beyond a few weeks. This is especially true when trying to accomplish a new running goal. Here are four tips for maintaining motivation in 2018 and beyond.

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HOW TO PREVENT PLANTAR FASCIITIS

The last thing you want as a runner to is to fall victim to an injury that halts your training completely. Sadly, however, injuries can and do occur. But rather than dealing with an injury as as it shows up, why not take a preventative approach to them altogether?

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HOW TO SET YOUR GOALS THE SMART WAY

Goals, both big and small, are important, because they enable runners to gain confidence. But setting goals entails much more than simply working hard toward a particular achievement. Here are tips on how to do it the SMART way.

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TRAVELING WHILE TRAINING

Are you traveling during the holiday season? Don't let your training cycle be totally interrupted! Check out Coach Alexander Lowe's tips for training through the holidays without missing a step.

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THE OVER/UNDER WAGER IN RUNNING

Here is the reality: you are likely going to show up on race day either slightly over-trained or slightly under-trained. Coach Herb Plummer explains his philosophy behind over and under training in "The Over/Under Wager in Running"

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THE HISTORY OF THE NEW YORK CITY MARATHON

To truly understand the New York City Marathon, before speaking about the five boroughs; the 40,000+ participants, course and world records, prize purses, or really anything else--it helps to know its history. Learn about how this historic event evolved over time in Coach Andrew Hutchinson  "How Competition Impacts Youth Athletes."

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HOW COMPETITION IMPACTS YOUTH ATHLETES

Does competition benefit or harm a youth's psychological well-being? Learn what Sports Psychology Consultant, Patrick Hammond, has to say in, "How Competition Impacts Youth Athletes."

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