EDUCATED RUNNING IS A NETWORK OF COACHES WHO STRIVE TO INFORM RUNNERS ABOUT THEIR SPORT. WE TRAIN ATHLETES THROUGHOUT THE UNITED STATES AND CREATE TRAINING RESOURCES IN AN EFFORT TO ENRICH THE RUNNING COMMUNITY.

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 Andrew Hutchinson is a NFHS-qualified high school athletics coach. He ran competitively all four years in college at the NCAA Division III level. In 2012 he began writing a comprehensive history book on the sport of cross-country running. His research allowed him to travel and teach internationally, and it has connected him with a variety of Olympians and elite runners. His book, "The Complete History of Cross Country Running," is available January 2, 2018.

COACH SPOTLIGHT

CARBO LOADING 101: PASTA AND NON-PASTA OPTIONS FOR YOUR MARATHON

Properly fueling for a longer race can play a big role in how well you run. Coach Alexander Lowe explains what research has to say about carbo loading in " Carbo loading 101: Pasta and Non-Pasta Options for your Marathon"


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."

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"

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."

THE TOUGHEST RUNNER IN AMERICAN HISTORY

When it comes to the toughest American-born runner, a few names immediately come to mind: Dathan Ritzenhein, Evan Jager, Deena Kastor, Emma Coburn, Steve Prefontaine, Lynn Jennings, and more. But who was the absolute toughest in all of American history? For Coach Andrew Hutchinson, that runner emerged 97 years ago.

FOUR WAYS TO COMBAT LACTIC ACID BUILD-UP

Have you ever worked out to the point where you feel a slight burning sensation in your arms or legs? Well, this results from an increase in lactic acid production. Learn about ways that you can fight off this burning sensation from Coach Wilfredo Benitez in "Four Ways to Combat Lactic Acid Build-Up."

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