The harder your feet hit the ground, the quicker you’ll get tired and the more you will hurt.
You’ve got to eat like a bodybuilder: A whole food minimally processed diet anchored by lots of clean protein.
Sleeping well matters a LOT more.
The quicker your feet can step during a run, the easier keeping a faster pace will be.
In cold weather you will warm up after 20 minutes of running.
To race great you have to go out slower than everyone else wants to, and resist keeping up with them.
If you take advantage, life will give you lots of opportunity to practice running in little bursts.
If you can comfortably run in them, lighter and less-cushioned shoes feel better.
If your body can handle it, walking and weight training will not only make you stronger but help you heal between workouts.
You’ll know by feel when you shouldn’t use a pair of shoes for training anymore.
Perfect temperatures can actually be too hot for running.
Most people don’t understand the importance of fueling during long runs.
Most people over-fuel on shorter regular runs.
Big races are overrated, and consistent high-volume training is underrated.
Most people do their easy/regular/recovery running way too fast and hard.
If someone runs or bikes close to you on an empty path, they’re intentionally harrassing you.
Beginning runners try to do too much right away.