It’s SO easy to burn out while training for a marathon. The miles can get tediously long, and training can become downright boring. As
I’ve had the pleasure and honor of participating in two Saucony 26Strong programs over the last couple years. During that time, I have
When training for your first marathon, it’s important to include a few key workouts to give you the training and confidence you need
Whether or not to cross train was a huge debate when I took the RRCA Running Coach exam. According to our instructor, he said, absolutely
Goals are good, but should be toned down for your first marathon.
Running is often seen as an individual sport. On race day, it’s you and your own two feet that get you across the finish line. But we
When I first began running fifteen years ago, every single run was pretty much the same for me. As a former smoker climbing my way out of
Two things about track workouts are true: They are incredibly effective in honing speed, and they intimidate the shorts off many runners.
This spring I was training for the Boston Marathon, a huge goal, when I found out I was pregnant. It came as a surprise, a welcome one, but
When I signed up for my first marathon, I had no idea it would become such a large part of my weekly life. I had run numerous half