Rock 'n' Roll San Antonio Marathon & 1/2 Marathon - Half Marathon Results
November 14, 2010
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How to Recover From Your Race
The two-time Western States champion recently released his first book, Hal Koerner's Field Guide To Ultrarunning.
Don't do your next marathon until you've forgotten your last one, Bill Rodgers once advised.
Is there a fall marathon on your racing schedule? Here are some things to remember as you put in the final few months of training.
Research shows that less high-intensity training is better than too much.
Try these eight tips courtesy of Lauren Jimison and work your way toward better running.
Burnout can ruin your training cycle. Follow these guidelines to stay healthy.
Recovery is important, even when you're feeling great and have some momentum built up.
Recovery is just as important as going for a run, so be sure to include this in your workout routine.
Don’t let an injury leave you wallowing. Get through it and let it prove just how tough you are.
As a runner, you need to be informed of your unique iron needs.