The wonderful part about being a runner is that you can do it almost anywhere. Although you can run outside year round, there are days when it makes more sense to hit the treadmill and many runners move inside full…
Did you know that training at the same pace and distance for a year or more can actually lead to a weight plateau or even gain? Studies have shown that weight gain can happen even among the most active if…
Whether you’re new to running or a seasoned veteran, it is easy to fall pray to making these common running mistakes putting yourself at risk for injury, burnout and declining or stagnant performance. The great news is more can be…
Have you ever had a foot or ankle injury that kept you from running? Are you trying to run in less shoe or barefoot? Are you looking to improve your running form and performance?
Watch this interview with Matt Ferguson,…
Running outside in winter? Are you crazy? Although cold weather and the holidays can really play havoc on your running regimen, it is one of the best seasons to be a runner. The weather is cool, the path isn’t crowded…
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Major Kevin Lovell
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Jenny Hadfield is a super motivator who is a brilliant combination of someone who can encourage and push while actually giving expert substantial information. We all have cheerleaders in our lives; … Read more
Kathrine Switzer, first woman to officially run the Boston Marathon, author of Marathon Woman, and still running marathons!
We have been thrilled to have Coach Jenny as one of our key partners in Canada Running Series over the past eight years. She brilliantly spans the spectrum of offering top-quality coaching information… Read more
Alan Brookes, Canadian Running Series Race Director
Coach Jenny is a font of knowledge for endurance athletes.
John Telich, Fox 8 Cleveland Sports Anchor
Jenny Hadfield changed my life! When I met Jenny I simply wanted to run a comfortable 3 – 5 miles. Before I knew it, with Jenny’s understated method of coaching, I was running half-marathons, ma… Read more
Shari Wolf, Co-Owner Ketchman|Wolf Associates, Marathoner and Endurance Athlete
Jenny Hadfield is one of the most passionate, personable, and engaging bloggers I’ve ever had the pleasure to work with. Her level of expertise is matched only by her enthusiasm. Reading Jenny’s s… Read more
Mark Remy, editor-at-large, Runner’s World
I had the honor of meeting Coach Jenny in 2001 when I was in a learn to run program. I was new to running and very uncomfortable with my lack of skill. Jenny’s easy spirit and kindness immediate… Read more
Beth Salinger, Hospital Hill Run Race Director President and Founder Endurance Marketing Inc.
Jenny Hadfield is an amazing motivator. She makes regular people believe they can undertake amazing things—and then she’s there all the way to encourage them, right down to the finish line. I’ve never… Read more
Kathy O'Malley, WGN Radio-Chicago Talk Show Host and Paris Marathon Finisher
Jenny Hadfield was our first coach for the Indy Mini and helped us grow the race from 19,000 participants to over 35,000. Her ability to motivate and encourage people that they could go the distance… Read more
Jeff Graves, Owner of Vision Event Management and former Executive Director of the Indy Mini Marathon