Five Lessons I Learned From the School of Hard Knocks - Race Edition
I admit it. Sometimes the school of hard knocks is the best way to learn a lesson. But let's be honest, there's so many lessons out there to learn that occasionally it's nice to learn from someone else's mistakes.
So that's the approach I tried to take for this episode. True, we already have an episode on some top tips for your next race. But as I'm gearing up for my first race in 2019 (the Phoenix Marathon - will any of you be there? If so let me know!) and dwelling on some of these "school of hard knock lessons", I knew I had to share them to keep you from experiencing some of the same pain I have in the past.
I don't want to spoil your learning by just posting them here, but here's some tips of what you can expect:
Finally - if you have any you've learned from your own "school of hard knocks", I encourage you to reach out and share. Your tip just might wind up on our next podcast episode!
We invite you to download this week's episode and take us along on your next run. Then check out our past episodes to learn even more!
This is another episode following our Motivation Mile format, meaning that we want to share with you the motivation you need, encourage you on your way, and provide those critical running tips to help you on your own running journey – all in the time it takes to run a mile. And if you're wondering, we do answer all those questions during our short mile.
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Thank you for listening and look forward to catching up with you next time!
Coach Alex - RRCA certified running coach
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