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Should You Lose Weight and Train for a Race at the Same Time?

Running can help you lose weight, but losing weight and racing fast are two distinctly different goals.

Yuki Kawauchi Added to Chicago Marathon Roster

This fall, Boston Marathon champion Yuki Kawauchi will be heading to the Chicago Marathon’s starting line and will be joined by fellow

The Rundown: Brooks Levitate 2

THE RUNDOWN: Brooks Levitate 2 delivers a consistently smooth ride but has room for improvement Surface: Road    Pronation: Neutral  

Tim Freriks Primed For a Win at Western States

Ultrarunner Tim Freriks seems like the kind of person who is naturally good at anything he does. But he would never tell you that. When

One-Hour Workout: Uphill Tempo Run

No matter the surface or distance—from 5K’s to 10K’s and 100-milers in the mountains—everyone can benefit from hill training. Over

7 Eco-Friendly Products for the All-Natural Runner

No doubt that as an avid runner, you’re probably cognizant of the importance of protecting not only your body but also the terrain you

Expert Tips on Becoming a Forever Runner

Article originally appeared on Women’s Running. Get enough sleep.“The average woman sleeps six hours and 45 minutes per night but

Bad Goals Runners Love to Set & What to Focus on Instead

Runners love to set goals, and for good reason. They can help us get out the door for a tempo run when it’s cold and rainy, others help

4 Bodyweight Exercises You Can Do Anywhere

Strength train without weights or any equipment with these four simple bodyweight exercises.

Reebok & Midnight Runners Launch 2nd US Chapter

After graduating from Cass Business School in the UK, Greg Drach decided that he wanted to run a marathon a year as way to prove to himself

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