About Daniel Green
Dan Green, a native of Cincinnati, is a sports fan, fitness junkie, and coach of youth sports. As a former four-sport athlete, he understands the importance of sport and sporting endeavors to young children and young adults. So, Green volunteers extra time to the community, coaching youth sports through all four seasons.
Green has coached a variety of youth sports teams, including soccer teams, basketball teams, baseball teams, and hockey teams. He founded a running club in his community as well for youth runners training to run 5ks. No matter the sport, Green believes, the lessons taught by hard work, determination, and focus help all athletes to realize their full potential, on and off the field.
When Dan Green is not coaching youth sports or spending times with his family, he likes to maintain an active sporting lifestyle. He participates in hockey and softball leagues, and plays pick-up soccer several times weekly. He’s also a long-distance runner. Dan has run a half-dozen marathons (PR: 3:24) and logs more than 30 miles per week in training.
Dan Green’s healthy lifestyle extends beyond the sports field. He and his wife model good eating and nutritional habits that his children can be proud to follow.
To this end, Dan likes to work in the kitchen, filling cabinets will healthy snack foods for his kids; and filling bellies with nutritional dinners. He has a lot to learn, he admits, but as Dan puts it, “If you can read, you can cook.”
As far as superfood recipes and healthy snacking goes, this is the closest you’ll get to a Butterfinger.
Did you know that you can use your Garmin GPS watch to coach you through interval training, fartlek runs, and speed work?
Sweet and crunchy snack, made from superfood ingredients. A healthy on-the-go snack that needs no refrigeration.
The perfect superfood combination of savory and sweet, topped with the coconut for an excellent texture.
Pistachios mix perfectly with almonds and Medjool dates in the superfood snack that everyone loves.
An on-the-go treat we replenish weekly around here. Eat them as a snack, anytime of the day. Delicious and sweet and good-for-you, too.
Dan Green from Cincinnati instructs on the act of blowing snot. A delicate art form known by runners, you, too, can make a clean and solid rocket of snot.
Gluten-free pancakes for the family, topped with superfood chocolate. Airy and fluffy and delicious.
Daniel Green Cincinnati describes basic runner “waves”, how to execute them, and what they mean. For more on health & fitness, check out Daniel Green’s blog.