It doesn't matter what you're training for, there's a place for these in your training.
Build race-specific strength and endurance and improve your mental game with this challenging workout.
Follow these suggestions and step to the starting line with confidence on race day.
Training for 5K/10K? This session will help you hold on to a hard pace when your legs start screaming at you to stop.
What does sound training look like for runners targeting a fast 5K?
This tough track session has been a secret to many a fast 5K runner's success.
Try putting a few twists on a typical session of 1,000-meter repeats.
This speed session will help keep your form and pace from fading at the end of a race.
The tempo run is the most misunderstood type of workout. Let's get it straight.