Ask me anything
by on Thursday, December 11, 2014  (2 comments)

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About 6 months ago, I posted an "Ask me anything" topic and said I would do so on occasion. So here it is again, an open invitation to you to ask me anything.

If you want to ask publicly, you can do so in the comments*, on Facebook or you can tweet at HillRunner.com (or tweet at my personal account). If you want to ask more privately, you can use the contact form or, if you're friends with me on Facebook or you know my email address, you can reach me through those options.

Within reason, nothing is off limits. Ask about training, racing, my thoughts on any news in the sport. Ask about the site, the coaching service or anything else that's going on.

So, please let me know, what have you been thinking about and wanting to ask?

Let me start, though, with a question to you. What would you most be interested in seeing in 2015 at HillRunner.com? There are several initiatives I have in mind but I'd be curious if there's something I may not be thinking of or that I should prioritize.

* Note: Guests can now post comments! So, if you really don't want to register but you do want to ask a question, you can do so.

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cesar

Hey Ryan,

Are you still running daily? or you took some time off due to the annual recovery that one should take?

Thanks

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Ryan

Cesar, you've got me. As I noted in that post, I would prefer no running but running is more than just training and racing for some people. I'm one of those people. I didn't take time off from running but I did take time off from training. I was just running short, easy runs and out there for the enjoyment of something I truly find to be fun and I use to manage stress and maintain my sanity. If I worried about pace at all, it was to make sure I would slow down.

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