Articles by Training

  • Born To Run, And Then Some

    • Published Oct. 21, 2009
    • Updated Feb. 19, 2013 at 8:47 AM UTC

    Think you’re into barefoot running? Not as much as this guy. Written By John Mendelsohn Femoral anteversion, an increased angle

  • Ryan Hall Marathon Goal Setting Tips

    • Published Oct. 21, 2009

    Josh Muxen, race announcer for the 2009 Dean Karnazes Silicon Valley Marathon, sits down with American marathoner Ryan Hall. Ryan offers

  • Frank Shorter On Alititude Acclimation

    • Published Oct. 16, 2009

    For anyone running the a race, like the Denver Marathon, at altitude you need to be sure to acclimate yourself. Frank Shorter offers some

  • Frank Shorter Explains How To Develop A Marathon Race Plan

    • Published Oct. 15, 2009

    Former Olympic gold medalists Frank Shorter takes some time to talk about running a marathon, and how to plan your race. Shorter contends

  • Interview With Ultramarathoner Anton Krupicka

    • Published Aug. 25, 2009
    • Updated Aug. 25, 2009 at 2:59 PM UTC

    Bryon Powell caught up with Anton Krupicka just before the 2009 Leadville Trail 100. Anton has won this ultramarathon trail race twice and

  • Yoga For Runners: Downward Facing Dog

    • Published Aug. 6, 2009
    • Updated Feb. 1, 2013 at 9:04 AM UTC

    Yoga instructor Sage Rountree demonstrates the Downward Facing Dog, which is a great yoga position for runners. This position will help

  • High Altitude Preparation

    • Published Jan. 14, 2009
    • Updated Oct. 15, 2009 at 11:52 AM UTC

    From Sir Edmund Hillary to the weekend warrior, we are always pushing our own personal limits by going farther, faster and of course higher