Run and Rabbit

3/27/2021
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🐇 Ep2: Train Slow, Race Fast

One of the most common misconceptions of becoming a good runner is that the only way to get better is to spend every single minute of training at your limits - huffing and puffing, legs burning.
3/27/2021
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🐇 Ep 3: Building in Layers

It's taken me over three years to build layers of resilience and fitness into my body. My aerobic “engine” is well developed, and I can run at a relatively fast pace (6.4 min/mile) at a very
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🐇 Ep 4: Always start

It was pouring with rain this morning. The cold, wintery, soaking kind of rain. I stepped outside, was instantly drenched, and my mind reverted to my warm duvet and comfortable bed. Not today. I took a
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🐇 5: Metrics matter

If we measure an ultra-marathoner by their 100m sprint time, they're unlikely to be deemed a good runner. Similarly, your perspective of success is only as accurate as the metrics you measure.
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🐇 6: Listen to the whispers

Training your body is an experiment. You're constantly changing inputs (volume, intensity) to see how your body responds (fitness, aerobic capacity). In response to those inputs, your body gives