Was an early subscriber but it's just not a good look. He shifted from his college workouts/races (which were insightful, fun, and worth watching) to "here's me eating a breakfast burrito with my friends" which is what they always end up doing.
Now he's saying he's too busy to make videos? Sorry, but people go to college full time and run sub-4 miles. Spencer himself did it. The time it takes to make a 15min youtube video ( especially when you have a flipping cameraman) is not what is limiting the effectiveness of his training.
He literally said a long time ago he was running 100 and 200m repeats in high school and taking names. He ran high quality low quantity in college and thrived on it. Now he runs tempos and gets injured every 6 weeks. Like wtf.
"Elite" Runner Youtubers all end up in the exact same place. Tinman and TAS get settled in to doing lifestyle vlogs, their performance on Instagram improves and they stagnate on the track. Evert Silva did it. Everett Smulders got the speedrun record for it, took him like one Outdoor season to just become a tshirt salesman. Rheinhardt Harrison is well on his way to doing the exact same thing.
Notable exceptions are Ben Barrows, who is retired from competition and changed to be about the D2 school he coaches, and Chase Easterling, who has not yet started filming his cool friends doing cool stuff in tiktok clothes.