Check out the first series of videos for Run for the Rabbit. There's an overview of the program as well as features on each of our six runners and their humble coach.Continue Reading →
Undeterred by the logistical issue that kept her from running Boston last week, Leanne Elisha ran 4:01 at the very challenging Easter Marathon in Van Cortlandt Park yesterday.
In addition, after handily beating that slacker Scott Jurek in the half marathon, Francis, Stephen and Rui took the time to pose for this dignified photograph. I've never been more proud.Continue Reading →
We ended the suspense and introduced the six Run for the Rabbit competitors at Friday's NYC Running Show. Each of the six is terrific. They're a wide ranging bunch in terms of experience, speed and background, but the unifying thread is that they're all excited, they're all going to be fun to work with, and they're all passionate about their chosen charity.
There's a great ...Continue Reading →
Spring's here, Boston's over, and now it's time to get down to the Red Hook track to work on your speed. Whether you're a sprint or Ironman triathlete, 5k runner or marathoner, track work can help you improve your form ...Continue Reading →
I have two teammates Bonnie Averbuch and Deanna Culbreath who, on good days, run a lot faster than most. And on bad days, they still run faster than most. In Boston on Monday, both of these stellar athletes had respectable, but sub-par races by their standards. Deanna runs a 1:24xx half while Bonnie has covered the distance in 1:29xx. It’s a common sighting to see the ladies doing 20 mile training runs gabbing with friends and effortlessly running a 7:30 ...Continue Reading →
I was once quoted in an article about traithlon training for women. Training tip #1 was "train like the guys but wear a different swimsuit." While I stand by that pearl of wisdom, our friends at Women's Health were looking for some slightly more in depth input. They checked in with me as well as Dr. Jordan Metzl and a few others. Check out the online version of Yes, You Can Be a Triathlete.Continue Reading →
Keep an eye on our twitter feed – twitter.com/joncane – for updates on Alisa Stern, Sheila Monaghan, Jen Heister, Deanna Culbreath, Bonnie Averbuch, Jess Purcell, ...Continue Reading →
328 people with a wide variety of backgrounds, causes, and abilities applied to be a part of Run for the Rabbit. The winners will receive full support – including my coaching – for the Hamptons Marathon. To announce the campaign, JackRabbit selected footage from some of the sixty screen tests. Some of these people will be chosen ...