Tag Archives: coaching

Craftsbury Running Coach Spotlight

Each month, we’ll be featuring a short interview with one of our summer running coaches. First up, Sam Davis, a USATF Certified Level 2 Endurance Coach, as well as an RRCA Coach. What made you decide to coach runners? About … Continue reading

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Winter Running Tips and Tricks

From Running Director Heidi Caldwell Yes, snow is starting to fall up here in the NEK. With snow accumulating in mid-October, winter seems in a rush to get started this year. While many have tunnel vision on ski season, others … Continue reading

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Dock Talk: Comfort in the Boat-Letting Go To Find Power

From Sara Gronewold, Craftsbury Coach, US National Team Rower 1996-2000 “If you are not willing to risk the unusual, you will have to settle for the ordinary.” – Jim Rohn “I am always doing that which I cannot do, in … Continue reading

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The Front End: Keystone of the Stroke

Note: Check out our Tech Tips Archive for content like this from past years, and subscribe to our Sculling eNewsletter to receive future editions in your inbox! By Troy Howell, Managing Director COC Sculling Camps Back around 2003, I was … Continue reading

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Craftsbury In the News: A Running Coach’s Own Words

Pete Larson, an anatomy and exercise physiology professor who recently left his college position in order to pursue a running-based work life, was new to the running camps this summer. He more than earned his keep each week by lecturing … Continue reading

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