In part 2, we will get some great workout and training tips from expert running coach Jason Fitzgerald. His coaching philosophy is based on a set of training principles that help runners race faster and prevent injuries. He has an extensive collection of client testimonials from the years he has been coaching, including a number of runners who have lost weight (in a healthy way) while training with him.
Shalane and Elyse just published their new book "Run Fast Eat Slow: Nourishing Recipes for Athletes" – a New York Times Best Seller. This duo reveals their recipes and daily diets that help fuel their running while also helping them achieve & maintain their ideal ‘racing weight’. This past week I was able to catch up with both of them and learn their training and diet tips!
Geena Gall is an Olympic American mid-distance runner who ran for the University of Michigan, and now is a Brooks running sponsored athlete. Gall's achievements include back to back NCAA Outdoor Championships in the 800m in 2008 and 2009, as well as representing the USA at the 2014 IAAF World Relay Championships, the 2012 Olympic Games in London, and the 2009 IAAF World Championships in the 800m and 4x800m relay.
Food logs are effective way to keep track of your nutrition, but these can also be a bit tedious at times. The ‘skipped-food log’ (explained below) requires less time and can be more fun to track while still keeping your diet in check.
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