Now that you know what to war, how to stay safe, and the most practical way to track your running it's time to have some more fun.
You'll see how to best warm up for your run (hint: it's not stretching) with a quick and simple dynamic warm-up routine. We have routines available that have never before been made public.
Perhaps most important in this module is how to set goals that excite you and set you up to succeed.
It's great to chase a Boston Qualifying Marathon, but you're probably not ready for that yet. So we'll focus on ideal long-term (and short-term) goals - plus, the daily habits that make success easier.
With our Goal Setting Worksheet, you'll have everything you need to set monster (but realistic) goals.
Finally, you'll cut through the noise about running form and learn what's really important.
No, I won't bore you with biomechanics jargon or tell you that heel-striking is always bad (it's not).
You WILL learn the most common misconceptions about form, why it's variable (it's ok if you don't have "perfect" form), how to find your best form, and whether you should change it at all in the first place.
We also have video demonstrations of drills and exercises to reinforce efficient running form.