Friday Open Thread: How do you handle training during the holidays?
This time of year, it can be a struggle to stay consistent with your running, even when you have a race (or races) planned for the new year. Hol…
Terrell Johnson
“All big things come from small beginnings. The seed of every habit is a single, tiny decision. But as that decision is repeated, a habit sprouts and g…
Terrell Johnson
“Live not as though there were a thousand years ahead of you. Fate is at your elbow; make yourself good while life and power are still yours.” — Marcus…
Terrell Johnson
“As it is not one swallow or a fine day that makes a spring, so it is not one day or a short time that makes a man blessed and happy.” — Aristotle “We …
Terrell Johnson
“Too many people I meet believe that you can sit in a chair and be given motivation. With exercise and fitness, you get it by doing. The mental qualiti…
Terrell Johnson
Because it’s a holiday week for many of us, I’d like to try something a little different this week and share with you some ideas I’ve come across latel…
Terrell Johnson
“Humans are built for endurance, not speed. We're awful sprinters compared to every other animal. We try to run our races as if they were speed races, …
Terrell Johnson
Friday Open Thread: Better to run alone, or with a group?
Is running alone your thing, or do you prefer to run with a group of friends/running buddies? What do you like about each, and what’s the best (…
Terrell Johnson
Photo by Rosie Kerr on Unsplash. I wanted to pass along to you guys a note I received about one of the races I included in yesterday’s newsletter, the …
Terrell Johnson
“The biggest way I stay motivated is to run with a group of friends. Sometimes it's hard to get going by yourself, but if you have a plan and a meeting…
Terrell Johnson
“‘Try the meditation of the trail, just walk along looking at the trail at your feet and don't look about and just fall into a trance as the ground zip…
Terrell Johnson
Note: This post is by Carissa Liebowitz (at right, in the purple shirt), a longtime contributor to both our website and this newsletter. You can follow…
Terrell Johnson