If you have read our first posts, you might remember that Milers Colonia is not only meant to be a running hub for basically anybody who wants to be part of a motivated, fun and ambitious training group, regardless of club membership.
We also officially founded Milers Colonia as a club, so whoever wants to proudly wear the Milers singlet in competition can do just that.
For our upcoming first official season as a club – 2021 – we were able to attract some of the best runners in and around Cologne to have a strong team full of local running expertise and talent right out of the gate.
You will be able to get to know some of them more closely in our #milersmotivation series, but also we will release a roster of our team as an IG story!
Stay tuned to see who is supporting the Milers and who is representing them in competition 😎
Switching from your normal running shoe to your racing shoe is a defining pre race ritual for many runners.
It symbolizes that it’s about to go down, that you’re about to give it your very best in competition and that a tough but joyful ride lies ahead.
Pre race rituals can have a positive motivational effect. They can give you confidence, inner strength, security and a sense of control.
What are your pre race rituals? Do you have a special routine or ritual that helps you to perform ? If so, let us know in the comments!
As promised with a little delay, we are proud to bring you our first Milers Motivation story.
Every runner has a story to tell and we all go through times in our sport. Running is a damn hard sport after all and to stay motivated for a long period of time can be challenging.
To help you remember how to get through tough times and to enjoy the grind, this story about our Miler Marius Ulrich (28) will hopefully do the trick.
Check out our Instagram story to read about his running journey including failed high jump attempts, international endeavors, gruesome injuries and comeback qualities!
Marius (28) is one of the quickes milers, with PBs of 1:51,9 (800m), 3:50,0 (1500m) and 15:25 (5000m).