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Running 101: The 8 Basic Types of Runs - Competitor.com

A variety of workouts is necessary to run your best. Use these 8 basic types of runs to improve your running.

Racers vs. Pacers: What Type Of Runner Are You ...

Tim Bradley breaks down the differences between these two types of runners and provides workouts for each one. When it comes to running style and racing ...

Choosing A Trail Running Shoe That's Right For You ...

Trail running shoes, the dirty, rugged older brothers of traditional running shoes meant for the road, aren’t all that different from their svelte sibling. In the ...

Coach Culpepper: What Kind Of Runner Are You? - Competitor.com

... and consistent, enjoys staying in shape and recognizes the joy of running but struggles with implementing the necessary type of running to improve.

Smart Marathon Training: Which Kinds Of Cross-Training Are ...

Running three days a week will prepare your body for the stress of racing. After that, you should aim to increase your endurance base without adding ...

The Everyman: 5 Types Of Marathon Runners - Competitor.com

Where do you fall on our unofficial list? In any marathon, there’s seemingly a small group of elite runners who finish the race in a shade over 2 hours, and then ...

The Four Best Types Of Massage For Runners - Competitor.com

Learn more about timing, frequency and which type of massage is best for your situation. Most runners love to get a massage. Not only does it feel great, but it can ...

Strength Training For Runners: What Works Best ...

Matt Fitzgerald examines a Finnish study that evaluates the effectiveness of different types of strength training for distance runners.

Ask Mario: Which Running Shoes Should I Buy? - Competitor.com

Q. Hi Mario, I just signed up for a half-marathon and need to know what type of running shoe you recommend for a beginner? Thanks, Nicole C. A. Hi Nicole,

Volume Control: Regardless Of Body Type, Recovery Is Key ...

Article exploring the effect of body types, individual biomechanics and recoverability on an athlete's ability to maintain a high training volume.

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