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Coach Will: The Road Ahead

The last 3 years have been absolutely incredible. RunningLane has taken off. I’m doing what I love. My wife Rebecca and I moved to be closer to family.  So much has changed. With changes, there always come ups and downs- but it’s the journey that helps us appreciate our purpose. Often, it’s not until you look behind you that you realize just how far you’ve come and what you’ve accomplished. In many ways, life is just like running. It’s a foot race of obstacles and successes. Often times, what you put into your running (your life) you get back in the form of new personal bests, but it takes hard work. Meeting your goals wouldn’t be nearly so sweet if it weren’t for the ups and downs you experience along the way.

 Over the coming months, I am going to share insight on speed bumps I may encounter, as well as successes. I will go into details on training- sharing tips and strategies that you can use to improve your running. I want to also share details about my journey with running and the business itself- including information about athletes who have had incredible transformations, how RunningLane began, and where the company is going.

I look forward to sharing these stories with you and more.

-Coach Will

 If you have questions for Coach Will, you can email him at wrodgers@runninglane.com

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Will Christian

I was a 2:27 marathoner that seemed to have hit the ceiling. It seemed that I couldn't break that time. I ran a 2:20 marathon this past fall and a big reason for that success was due to coaching and guidance. Coaching is like having a second set of eyes on a problem.

As an active duty service member we are taught "Attention to Detail." I was focusing on my stronger attributes while neglecting my weaker ones. My personal coach pointed a few things out and changed a few of my workouts and like magic; I smashed my PR in the marathon.