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Most runners have one big general goal: to race faster. So why do so few distance runners do speed workouts?
Olympian Jared Ward has a few tips for runners who are prepping for a marathon in the final days leading up to race day.
The keys to training and racing in post-prime years are maximizing the effort you put in, and knowing that you must adjust your training.
This workout makes you faster, leaner, and improves heart health and VO2max—all from the comfort of your own living room.
This guide breaks down what you should be doing as early as two weeks out from your big race to get to the finish line ready to run.
Here are a few ways to run longer and get faster.
It’s time to focus on the essential tips you will need to know to run 13.1 miles, and, hopefully, have a blast while doing it!
For all of running's feel-good and healthy benefits, it can have some downsides too, unless you change your attitude about it.
Instead of goals that don’t challenge you or are impossible, focus on small wins and stretch goals.