The question is how much more training can you fit into Brad Hudson’s Little Black Book of training, and the answer is none. None more. Late last year Brad Hudson released the Little Black book in limited quantities, and it sold out within hours. And
Newly partnered Revolution Running and Hudson Training enter BolderBOULDER Club Team Championship. Just days after announcing the new super club partnership between Revolution Running and Hudson Training, the outfit is already entering a team for the BolderBOUDER Club Team Championship to be held on Memorial
Over fifty guests attended the open house at the Boulder Center for Sports Medicine on Tuesday May 8, 2012 to celebrate their recent partnership with Hudson Training Systems. The evening served as an informal meet and greet with head coach Brad Hudson, coaches Benita Willis and James Carney along with the Human Performance team at BCSM.
The Boulder Center for Sports Medicine will be hosting a free community event on Tuesday May 8, from 5:30 to 8:30 pm to introduce their recent partnership with Hudson Training Systems. Brad Hudson joined forces with the BCSM early in 2012 and brings world class coaching for runners into the Center’s already world class offerings for cyclists and athletes of all abilities.
The 2012 BolderBoulder 10k is officially 11 weeks away and even though this spring like weather is taunting us to get outside and run, sometimes you need more to motivate you and to keep you on track for your goals. Will you train with a group or on your own for this year’s BolderBoulder?
rUNIFY Boulder had its first official run last Sunday, March 4th. Over 150 runners showed for the 5, 10 or 15 mile run starting at Tom Watson Park off of 63rd street in Boulder. The movement is anonymous and “isn’t about an organization, sponsors, coaches, or a figure-head.” The spirit was there from the beginning, everyone “showed up for one reason, running.” The run started at 8:30 with runners ranging from the novice weekend warrior to studs like Sara and Steve Slattery, Clint Wells, and Jason Hartman.