Why Coach Shalane Flanagan Wants You To Measure Your Runs in More Than Miles


You know that icebreaker question that goes something like: “If you could invite any five people—living or dead—to dinner, who would you choose?” Olympic medalist would make my guest list. Now retired, Flanagan no longer spends her days chasing PRs. She’s a coach—not just to elite athletes—but to all of us on and off the track. (Well and Good)

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Why Coach Shalane Flanagan Wants You To Measure Your Runs in More Than Miles


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