How old do you think that you will be before your race times start to go up significantly? Within a few years of graduating college? In your early to mid-30s? Do you think that you can still be competitive into your 40s? How about your 50s?
Tom Ryan is now in his 50s, but you wouldn’t know it by looking at his times. His 5k times are only a minute slower than when he was in his 20s, and he frequently finds himself on the podium in the senior division at races. He is one of the best cross country runners in the country.
How has he stayed so competitive as he has gotten older? More importantly, what can you do to stay competitive as you age, or to become more competitive now that you already are a little older than you used to be?
I had those same questions that you are probably asking yourself right now. Rather than wonder about it, though, I decided to go straight to the source. On Saturday, September 6th, I will be interviewing Tom on a live conference call. If you would like to listen to the call, you can sign up now at: http://www.runtowin.com/ask/Tom-Ryan.html
The list of questions that I plan on asking Tom all come from the perspective of a young man in his late 20s with out any children yet. When you sign up for the call in details, you have the opportunity to ask your own questions that I might not think to ask.
Click here to go to the page where you can ask your own questions and sign up for the call in details, and both Tom and I look forward to speaking with you on Saturday.