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Chris Solinsky will make his marathon debut this year, with the ultimate goal of making the 2016 U.S. Olympic team.
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Cut your injury rate in half by correcting some common form flaws.
New Techniques For Treating Plantar Fasciitis
Plantar fasciitis can be a painful injury, but there are plenty of ways to fix it.
Percentages In Diets Are Meaningless
Steer clear of one-size-fits-all formulas to balance carbs, fat and protein in your diet.
6 Common Strength Training Myths
Jeff Horowitz takes a look at some of the misconceptions in regards to strength training.
Strength Training For Runners: What Works Best?
A new Finnish study says heavy weightlifting is best, but is it?
Early Season Strength-Building Hill Workouts
Training on hills is a reliable way to gain leg strength — especially early in the year.
Three Reasons To Rethink Heart-Rate Training
Could it be possible your heart-rate monitor is holding you back from reaching your potential?
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