So you want to get faster, maybe break three hours in a marathon or maybe … just maybe qualify for the Olympic trials. No matter where you are in your running career, you can.
But, Jasmine! A lot of these competitive women train a whopping 80, 90, 100 miles or more per week. I don’t have enough time to do that. How can I ever be that fast?
You can. I want to put to rest the misconception that training for big dreams requires an ambiguously large amount of time and nothing better to do. The truth is that putting in the work to train at a competitive level doesn’t really take up that much time.
I don’t want to tell you that you can have it all. But even if you have kids, a demanding career, or need to go home every four hours to let a dog out, you probably have time to train as much as the average elite runner. Read more >>