Ryan Hall on Renato Canova's training philosophy
The big news with Ryan Hall this year was that he finally paired up with legendary distance coach Renato Canova. When he was on his own, it was tough to be an athlete and self-coach. "Should I change workouts because of X, Y, and Z?" Hall is no longer questioning himself... he's fully bought into the Canova program. It's worked time and time again and Hall expects to see big things in the future. What are the specifics of Hall's new training program? Hear it from the man himself.
"Would you rather" with Ryan Hall
We ask Ryan Hall the tough questions... Would you rather scream everything you say or sprint as fast as you can, everywhere? Would you rather be followed by a mariachi band or a very determined bagpipe player? Would you rather fight 100 duck-sized horses or 1 horse-sized duck?
Hall expects to see a sub-2 hour marathon
They once said that a human could not physically achieve a sub-4 minute mile. Now in the 21st century, the marathon seems to be reinventing itself in terms of what we once thought possible. Will we see a sub 2hr marathon in our lifetime? Ryan Hall thinks so.
Ryan Hall Reflects on American Record
Ryan Hall looks back to 2007 when he set the American Half Marathon record in Houston. Tomorrow marks the six year anniversary of the historic run...historic both for Ryan and Flotrack.
Luke Puskedra is ready to rock sub-61 at the 2013 Houston Half-Marathon
Luke may be without fellow American Meb, but he's too fit to care. We have seen the gutsiness of this guy in countless races before and Sunday could be his opportunity to bust a big one.
Meb Keflezighi drops out of Houston, now what to do with all this fitness?
Meb Keflezighi announces that he will drop from the 2013 Houston Half Marathon and talks about missing out on his second big race since the cancellation of the New York City Marathon. Meb addresses what to do with all his fitness??
Andrew Carlson 2:17:16 battles conditions, 30 week build up, and is ready for LOTR binge
Lisa Uhl cut up from fall still pleased with risk taking 6th place 2013 Houston Marathon
Luke Puskedra upbeat after a tough and rainy day at the 2013 Houston Half
Luke Puskedra still unsponsored, but not for long at 2013 Houston Marathon
Meb wants a win at Boston
Three Olympic teams, a silver medal, an NYC marathon win. What still motivates the most consistent American of all time? What victory still eats at Meb?
Lisa Uhl First Workout anxiety and validating your Olympic Spot 2013 Houston Marathon
Olympian Lisa Uhl seems to have a rejuvenated race confident as she heads into tomorrow's Houston half. Uhl's qualification for the Olympic team didn't come from a top three finish, but any doubt about Lisa has been quickly put to rest.
Luke Puskedra at the finish of the 2013 Houston Half-Marathon
Aaron Braun on spending a lifetime at altitude
Aaron Braun grew up in Fort Collins, CO, went to school in Alamosa, CO, and now trains in Flagstaff, AZ with McMillan Elite. He's spent his whole career at altitude and hasn't really known anything else. As an aerobic athlete, Braun's long-term development is clearly coming along nicely, but there are still some tips and tricks he's learning about the benefits and how he's affected by altitude.
Andrew Carlson Wants more than being the top American
The most consistent American Marathoner
Meb Keflezighi talks about being the most consistent American marathon, today. Meb shortly recounts his training and PRs throughout the years.
What does Meb Keflezighi eat on raceday and blocking out doubt
Tera Moody back from injury and went in to compete at 2013 Houston Marathon
OMG... the mannequins are alive at 2013 Houston Marathon
Things get a little weird at the 2013 Houston Marathon Expo.
Ryan Hall talks beet juice intake for training