Track Intervals at West Middle School in Greenwood Village
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October 24, 2018

Francesca Wehling – Colorado Clean Chef

  Do not conduct business with Francesca Hogan Hoffman Wehling of Denver, Colorado. Owner of Colorado Clean Chef. At the end of July 30, 2015, Francesca Wehling hired RunColo Training to develop a marathon training program for the Denver Rock N’ Roll Marathon on October 18th for $100 a month in training fees. When initially asked…

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December 16, 2015

How to Launch your Running

Ask anyone who has ever discussed running with me and they’ll tell you the first two things I talk about are consistency and patience. Developing running efficiency takes time and requires consistent effort. It is important to start off right and cultivate the correct habits for a beginning runner to establish consistency and stay patient.…

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January 28, 2014

Hacking Your Marathon Time

I’m analytical and a big fan of the biohacking movement. Hacking is making simple adjustments to the way we do things, to become more efficient and get the most bang for your buck. The 2006 Denver Marathon was my first marathon, I ran it in 3:28:55. That next year, I ran a 2:58:47, when you’re…

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January 24, 2014

Learn to Run Like a Boss

 Kevin Hanson of Hanson’s Running once said “For every second you’re fast on the front end, it will cost you two on the back.” When I ran cross country in high school, the gun would go off and I’d charge off the line with the rest of the team as if we were running the…

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January 23, 2014
I have been a client of RunColo Training for about a year now and the difference is night and day. I ran a 10:00 minute pace for a half marathon in the spring and an 8:00 minute pace for a half marathon in the fall. I am currently training for my first full marathon, something I never thought I would do!
Jim Messina