Pacing in 50 Mile Trail Run

My client Melissa Griffith is the smartest adventure athlete I know.  Why you ask?  In my opinion, it takes great intelligence to over ride the brain chatter driven by emotion with thoughts based in rational logic.  This is the type of higher thought that separates our species from lower primates. Here is a simple fact:  […]

Which is worse a bad workout or no workout?

I woke up this morning with a cold.  I had “been fighting it.” Apparently, it won. I had several days of fun workouts planned and the weather is supposed to be beautiful which is not always the case in January.  It is very tempting to try and train through this.  Doing so might be a […]

Resolve NOT! Do! Act! Live! BE!!!!!!

re·solve [ri-zolv] Show IPA verb, -solved, -solv·ing, noun, verb (used with object) to come to a definite or earnest decision about; determine (to do something):   I am NOT a big fan of resolutions in general and New Years Resolutions really bug me.  The only New Years resolution that ever worked out for me was […]

Carter Lake Tempo Workout

Here is my new favorite tempo workout for the winter season.  Those familiar with Hunter Allen know he likes to add “bursts” of hard effort into his tempo workouts.  This is a fun way to accomplish this. Basic Ride:  About 3 hours in total length.  Warm up with easy ride to 75th & Hwy 66 (just […]

Ian Adamson

Danny Suter is one of the most experienced and skilled endurance coaches in the multi-sport business. I highly recommend his training programs for adventure athletes of any level or for people wanting to hone their skills or fitness.

- Ian Adamson, Eight-time world champion adventure racer and author of Runner’s World’s Guide to Adventure Racing.


For more information about our coaching services or custom plans.

Contact Us


Client Login