So you’ve completed a few races and you’ve started to think about getting faster. A BQ? A PR? You know how the story goes: to get somewhere you’ve never been, you have to do something you’ve never done.
You do speedwork on your own, you pick up the pace in your long runs, but your race times still aren’t where you think they should be. You know of a few faster running groups in town, but you question if you can keep up. That’s when you need to decide how badly you want it.
We’ve all been there! Running with faster runners (sometimes*) pays off with huge dividends. Besides the obvious benefits of running with a group, like making new run BFFs and making you accountable, running with a faster group can lead to huge performance gains and ultimately help you reach your race day goals. Read more >>