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On Athletics Club Coach Dathan Ritzenhein, coach of olympians Alicia Monson and Joe Klecker, outlines three favorite workouts he used to keep them fresh at any point in the year.
Dathan Ritzenhein reveals what he has learned from three of his best training partners through the years, and why now is a great time to apply those lessons.
We like to think everything will go according to plan, but it rarely does. Why and how to adapt to personal schedules, abilities and obstacles.
Olympian Dathan Ritzenhein shares how he, and other champions, continue to have success by adapting training and goals over the years.
How Dathan Ritzenhein coached Parker Stinson to a 2:10 PR at the Chicago Marathon and what you can learn from it.
Don’t ignore speed during marathon training if, like Dathan Ritzenhein, late-race hamstring cramps are your nemesis.
When training and focus come together with the right conditions, breakthrough races are possible. Dathan Ritzenhein recalls his best race ever.
Olympian Dathan Ritzenhein details the pre- and post-run exercises, drills and stretching routines he uses to stay healthy and maximize performance.
Olympian and coach Dathan Ritzenhein shares three progressively-faster workouts that will build the speed and focus you need to run your best 5K.
Olympian Dathan Ritzenhein shares the training patterns he uses to maximize long runs during every phase of the training year.
After training your endurance for a marathon or half, switch your focus to speed—to rebuild well-rounded fitness and take your next training cycle to new heights.
Dathan Ritzenhein gives us a personal look at what went right—and wrong—at the 2019 Boston Marathon and shares advice on recovery, evaluation and forging forward.
Marathon training rarely goes as planned. Don't panic. Use your taper to get to the start line as ready as you can be on that day.
Dathan Ritzenhein shows how strength training for running needs to be strategic, individualized and modified over time.
Olympian Dathan Ritzenhein details every mile of his Boston Marathon training from February 18–24, 2019.
Trust your body, your mind and your training over the data from specific workouts.