Do you sometimes get stuck in a rut if you don't have a race to look forward to?
If running isn't on your "to-do" list does something else takes its place? Like spending hours on the couch having to clear your head because its been such a crazy day at work?
If you want to regain your mojo without making training feel like a chore then this letter will help you future proof your running motivation for good.
Here's the dibs:
I author a monthly publication called:
The “Runner’s High” Newsletter
Let me tell me how this underground newsletter was created...
Many pulp fitness rags were tremendously helpful in introducing me to the running culture. Especially when I was first starting out. They had plenty of good content about training tips, stretching, race advice, gear reviews, injury treatment basics, mental aspects of running, etc. Providing me with some useful direction when I was just getting serious about the hobby and trying to improve my skills.
Then I noticed the repetitiveness of the articles. That I already knew most of what I was reading. So I ended my subscription and started doing research of my own. Using the insights gleaned to conduct mini "endurance experiments"
Here are some of the results:
Anyway, here why it's important to you:
Though I've gotten good and tired in the trenches of some of the most challenging endurance events on the planet...
I've never pulled back the curtain. Revealing my "go-to" tactics for getting out the door on those "don't wanna" days.
But that changes today!
Because all my very best and most effective secrets are now reserved exclusively for subscribers to my Runner's High Newsletter.
The “Behind The Scenes”
Results Of Everything!
Why is this newsletter unique?
Each issue is crafted on old fashioned paper and ink. Delivered via snail mail straight to your mailbox. Topics include pre-race visualization skills, how to leverage time management so you can best fit in training, biohacks for boosting brain power, and optimal food choices for enhancing endurance. Actionable content that you implement immediately on your next run.
To up the ante…
You also get several never before released “goodies”.
The first of which is my brand new book...
This physical book will be shipped to your home address.
It's an easy to digest endurance training and racing “playbook” that provides EVERYTHING you need to make HUGE progress towards being fit and healthy. Included is the exact system I've used to transform myself from being overtrained and lethargic to the top of the podium. Better yet, it'll sharpen your desire to compete at your best before you even receive your 1st issue.
Here’s just a small sample of what you’ll discover:
The fastest and BEST way to slay the "ego-racing villain"...as quickly as possible. Many runners not privy to THIS repeatedly hit the wall like a town drunk on the 4th of July. That's no longer a worry for you when you know this one secret. And even...
A 12 Month
Personalized Training Plan.
This special section reveals exactly how to structure your entire year without the guesswork of wondering what to do next. (It doesn't matter if your a newbie or veteran... this 365 day program will bulletproof your endurance game).
Short of coaching you myself...
I Cannot Possibly
Make It Easier For You
To Be Fully Prepared
on Race Day!
But wait...there's more!
The "Endurance Secrets" book is just ONE freebie you receive.
Because I want you to have every possible advantage to reach your goals as quickly as possible...you'll also get...
Anyhoo, here's the scoop:
Membership to the Runner's High Newsletter...and all the valuable benefits that go with is usually $27/Month.
That works out to be ridiculously low investment of only...
$0.94 A Day!
Shoots, I’ve seen people spend QUADRAUPLE that much to satisfy their running shoe habit!
Because It’s within EVERYBODY’S budget…There’s simply NO excuse whatsoever for not getting in on this.
However, the Runner’s High Newsletter is NOT for everyone!
Here’s who it’s not for…
If you meet this criteria, you simply do not qualify to buy this.
This is for runners who are eager to improve only.
Runner's who realize that endurance is a marathon not a sprint. And Are dedicated enough to implementing practical teachings that can holistically skyrocket fitness levels and hone mental skills.
Runners like this will be greatly rewarded….
Just One Idea From One Issue
Could Result Being Injury-Free
And In Love With Running
For The Rest Of Your Life!
Now is the time to find out for yourself.
Click the button below to reserve your copy today.
When your purchase is complete, you’ll receive your complimentary copy of Endurance Secrets and the Runner’s High Newsletter shipped the first week of month.
Click the button below to hit the ground running:
Cheers to your success,
FAQs about the Runner’s High Newsletter
What is your cancel policy?
The Runner’s High Newsletter is $27 per month, and you will be billed once upon subscribing, and then once every 30 days afterwards. If you choose to cancel, note there are no refunds on subscriptions.
You can cancel any time via the email phone number (scroll down to bottom of page for the these details).
Do you accept PayPal?
Is this the Runner’s High Newsletter for beginners?
Yes, it is. Here’s how I see it…Your free copy of Endurance Secrets is enough to establish a solid foundation. The Runner's High Newsletter is the icing on the cake that fine tunes performance.
I’m no noob. I have 10-12 years of running experience. What can I learn here that’s not already free on the internet?
While running is not rocket science. You will be presented with alternative methods for exhilarating endurance. Pulling from metaphysics, mindfulness, subconscious suggestion, cost effective nutrition, biohacks, etc. the Runner’s High Newsletter is more than just workouts and a cookie cutter training plan. Anyone, regardless of skill level, can benefit from its teachings.
Why is this not free?
Simple. Free encourages freebie-seekers and flakey folks. When money is exchanged the perception of value increases. Making it more likely that the purchased information won’t be discarded. But implemented immediately.
I’m not really into competition or signing up for races, can I still benefit?
Absolutely! You don’t have to be a diehard racer (99% of use aren’t) to take advantage of health and fitness. Regardless if you are signed up for a race or not, the content caters towards mind, body, and spirit well-being.
Will the Runner’s High Newsletter make me better overnight?
No. Information is just information until you take action. And endurance never happens instantly. Only those serious about incorporating the teachings are advised to subscribe. Though recommendations are made on how to best improve daily training, results may to years to realize.
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