Training for a marathon and trying to move and children in summer camp – these things mean there is not a lot of time left over for blogging. But I couldn’t let this chance slip by. I’m part of a great group on Facebook called the Sub-30 Club. The idea is to run a 5K in under 30 minutes. We haven’t all done that and some in the group are much faster than that, but we share an approach to running and life that makes the group a lot of fun.
The founder of the group, Ted Spiker, writes a column for Runner’s World. This week his column featured tips from our Sub-30 Club on how to improve your 5K time. So, see what he has to say and especially check out the section called Intangibles!
Ted Spiker’s column “Chase the Rabbits”