Head Coach Ben Rosario takes us through the thought process behind his team’s training heading into Atlanta and breaks the news that he’s made three versions (Intermediate, Advanced and Super Advanced) of the plan available for purchase on Final Surge. Hey everyone! It’s been almost two weeks since the United States Olympic Trials Marathon in… [Read More]
Training & Racing
Remaining Competitive As We Get Older
On the cusp of my 50th birthday, this is a great time to reflect back on my athletic career, which began at the ripe old age of five. Literally thrown into the deep end of the pool to follow my older siblings into the sport of swimming, my parents held no aspirations for me beyond… [Read More]
What I learned from our U.S. Medalists
Coach Ben Rosario of HOKA NAZ Elite discusses what he learned from a coaching perspective by watching each U.S. Medalist at the Olympic Games.
THE HIGHER YOU CLIMB…
Coach Ben Rosario of HOKA Northern Arizona Elite reflects on his team’s goals and performances at the 2016 U.S. Olympic Trials.
Essential Marathon Workouts to Omit Mystery Racing on the Big Day
As the spring marathon season approaches, Coach Brad Hudson of HTS Elite shares some marathon training techniques to help you prepare for a successful race.
Planning, Scheduling and Tracking Workouts to Attain Your Goals
Coach Luke Humphrey discusses the many factors that go into planning a training segment along with the importance of keeping a training log.
Why We Train Swimming Different
Former professional triathlete TJ Fry, known for being first out of the water and setting swim course records, has advice for why many triathletes are doing their swim training incorrectly.
You are what you influence.
HTS Elite member Addie Bracy gives some insight on what it’s like to run post-collegiately as a professional, as well as how she and her Hudson Elite teammates are dreaming big.
The Coach/Athlete Relationship
Thinking of hiring a coach? Do you currently have one? Pete Alfino of Mile High Multisport shares some great advice to help you get the most out of that relationship.
The Importance (and Joy) of Keeping a Running Log
2008 U.S. Olympic Marathoner Brian Sell reflects on some past memories of his high school, collegiate and professional running career. His training log makes this possible.
Runner, your new secret weapon…
Are you ready to kick the injury habit? Dr. Ryan Bair shares his “secret weapon” to help you do just that.
Confessions of an “I’m never going to race anything farther than a mile…2 mile…5k…10k” marathoner
Kara Lubieniecki of Brad Hudson’s HTS Elite Team reflects on the importance of having a training log during her 15 weeks of training leading up to her Olympic Trials qualifying “A” Standard time at the California International Marathon (CIM).
Why Hire a Coach?
Luke Humphrey, member of the Hansons-Brooks Distance Project and owner of Hansons Coaching Services, discusses the importance of finding the right coach who has a philosophy that you believe in.