Tag Archive: training

Run5MaDay?

Upping the Ante: From 5KaDay to 5MaDay to 100Miles… by Patrick Reed Disclaimer: I am no physician. Proceed at your own risk. I am becoming enamored with ultra distance races. Whereas in college… Continue reading

The Stuff of Running

Rediscovering Gear:) by Patrick Reed Okay — I confess, I have fallen back to “Watcher” once again. If you’re not sure what I’m talking about, quick go read the most popular article on… Continue reading

A 45 Year Running Streak!

Mark Covert To End His 45 Year Running Streak This July by Patrick Reed I received an eye-catching email today from the folks over at The US Running Streak Association, an association to… Continue reading

What to wear…?!

What to Wear…?! by Patrick Reed “There is no ‘or’ in long distance running. To attempt is honor; to line up is victory.” Just 36 hours until the gun sounds – releasing us… Continue reading

10 Tips To Inspire Your Running Life – a free ebook from Coach Patrick

“10 Tips To Inspire Your Running Life” for iPad New Free eBook from Coach Reed!! by Patrick Reed Here is the first of several publications which I plan to publish via the Run5kaday… Continue reading

What are you waiting for?

What are you waiting for? by Patrick Reed I’ll bet you are – like me – keeping an eye on the cars whisping by outside your front door — awaiting the good ole… Continue reading

Running Uphill

Running Uphill by Patrick Reed Maybe it is so that there are two types of runners: those who thrive when the hills get high, and those who dream only of the effortlessness of… Continue reading

Running & Suffering

Running & Suffering by Patrick Reed Legendary Ultra runner Scott Jurek, who won the Western States 100 a record 7 consecutive times, wrote on multiple occasions in his excellent memoir Eat & Run of… Continue reading

To Boston

To Boston by Patrick Reed I thought that it would be fitting – on this eve before the 117th running of the Boston Marathon – to break from my recent tradition of following… Continue reading

Training

Training by Patrick Reed Do we train to race or race to train?? I would have to say that I find almost boundless motivation from anticipating a race day. In recent months and… Continue reading