How to Build your Endurance

Looking to do your first race this season? Maybe looking to mix up your training a bit?

Coach Bri gives some insight on how best to approach your training:




the fact or power of enduring an unpleasant or difficult process or situation without giving way.


Endurance training, is it for you?

Well really, that is only a question that you can answer. Because the simple answer is, yes. Yes endurance training is for you. Whether you’re a desk-jockey, stay-at-home mom, nurse, lawyer, mailman, firefighter, CrossFitter, couch potato, etc, etc, etc. Not everyone wanting to work on their endurance has the goal of competing in ultra-sports. For most of us the goals are much smaller; “Not die during a long workout.”, “Run without pain in your knees, feet, back….”, “Keep up with my grandkids.” The list goes on and on. If any of the above fits your description, then yes, endurance is for you. If not, endurance is probably still for you.


This Endurance program will focus on –

  • How to tap into all of your running potential, so that you can run for the rest of your life.
  • How to work on your weaknesses, thereby turning them into strengths.
  • How to prevent injury caused by overuse and improper form.
  • How to run faster, run farther, and run better.   

Building the road to lasting endurance success won’t come quickly, or easily. But with consistent effort, and being willing to work past the things you have been told, and the habits you have formed;  will help you make great strides to unlocking your running potential. The great thing about this program is that you won’t be alone. You’ll get to embark on this journey with a fun and energetic group of people, all with the same end goal in mind: To run faster, farther and better. A group of people who will push you, encourage you, and share in some of the same struggles as you. What have you got to lose?

For more info on The Hill’s Spring Endurance Program: