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Coach Culpepper: The Real Benefit of Easy Days

With all the discussion and focus surrounding speed workouts, long runs and mileage, we often lose sight of the most dominant aspect of any

Coach Culpepper: What I Learned From Bob Kennedy

I was fortunate to have raced alongside one of the greatest American distance runners of all time, Bob Kennedy, a two-time Olympian who

Coach Culpepper: 3 Simple Tips for Staying Healthy

Avoid running-related injuries with these three helpful tips.

Coach Culpepper: Setting Yourself up for Success in 2015

Putting a plan in place is key to going after your goals.

Coach Culpepper: Transitioning To Fall Marathon Training

Keep the momentum going as you prepare for longer races.

Coach Culpepper: Shifting Your Half Marathon Training

Learn how to shift the focus of your half-marathon training.

Coach Culpepper: Make The Most Of Early Fall Races

Follow these guidelines and perform well at your upcoming races—including the annual Turkey Trot.

Coach Culpepper: The Importance Of The Warm-Up

A proper warm-up before a race or a workout is key to staying healthy and performing at your best, writes coach Alan Culpepper.

Coach Culpepper: Correcting Common Mistakes

Group runs are not always the most beneficial for your training. Coach Culpepper writes about some common mistakes we all make.

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