Articles by Mario Fraioli

Not Done Yet: 5 Questions With Meb Keflezighi

We caught up with the three-time Olympian ahead of last weekend's U.S. Half Marathon Championships.

Bouncing Back: 5 Questions With Stephanie Rothstein Bruce

The 29-year-old talks injuries, 2014 plans and shares some advice for aspiring professional runners.

3 Common Heart Rate Training Mistakes

Avoid these and you will be well on your way toward getting the most out of your device.

Kara Goucher To Be Coached By Mark Wetmore

The two-time Olympian will be moving back to Boulder, Colo., on Jan. 1.

Strength-Training Circuit For Distance Runners

These eight exercises will help improve general strength and overall body balance.

The Skinny On Eating Molasses Extract

A byproduct of sugar production, this syrupy treat belongs in your diet.

The Dos and Don’ts of Holiday Eating

There’s no reason runners have to pack on the pounds just because of the time of year.

Foresee It, Believe It, Achieve It: The Power Of Visualization For Runners

If utilized correctly, visualization can become quite powerful in getting the very most out of yourself.

Don’t Be A Slave To The 7-Day Training Week

The same workouts on the same day each week can be limiting.

Fraioli: We’re Runners. And Proud Of It.

Senior editor Mario Fraioli responds to Chad Stafko's recent column in the Wall Street Journal.

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