The Future Is Female Coaches - Alison Staples

The Future Is Female Coaches - Alison Staples

In The Future is Female Coaches series, we’re celebrating the women of our sports who are leading, inspiring, and making us all stronger. This week we’ve interviewed Alison Staples, the 5K and 10K coach at Charm City Run and current Half Marathon and Marathon coach for the Maryland chapter of Team in Training.
The Future is Female Coaches - Dani Filipek

The Future is Female Coaches - Dani Filipek

We continue our celebration of the women of our sport who are leading, inspiring, and making us all stronger this week with an interview with Bakline Ambassador Dani Filipek, who has experienced every facet of the sport from the middle school track team, to life as a professional runner. She currently coaches athletes at all levels for Luke Humphrey Running. 
The Future is Female Coaches - Chavonne Hodges

The Future is Female Coaches - Chavonne Hodges

In The Future is Female Coaches series, we’re celebrating the women of our sports who are leading, inspiring, and making us all stronger. This week we’ve interviewed Chavonne Hodges, the founder and one of the instructors at GrillzandGranola, a group fitness class built around creating a culturally-attuned, supportive and inclusive fitness community.
What Are You Training For?

What Are You Training For?

Without mesocycles and training blocks to number our weeks and measure progress, it can be hard to stay focused, or even motivated to train. ‘What am I training for’? may even become a question we ask ourselves when there seems to be little point in getting out the door. There’s another way to look at this gap in the race schedule, though: instead of training for an uncertain finish line, we can train for the next starting line.
The Future is Female Coaches - Mary Johnson

The Future is Female Coaches - Mary Johnson

In The Future is Female Coaches series, we’re celebrating the women of our sport who are leading, inspiring, and making us all stronger. This week we’ve interviewed Mary Johnson, who wears many hats as a runner, strength coach, running coach, mom, and founder of Lift.Run.Perform.