Spend some time going down. Your legs will thank you.
Doing the mileage is one thing, but adding the little things to your training will help you reach your goals.
Can reducing your mileage and relying on short and fast intervals put you on a path to better running?
Regardless of what you're training for, there's a hill workout out there for you.
It's important to work on your finishing sprint even if you aren't trying to win races.
Why lift weights when you can run against gravity?
Gain strength and speed by running down a decline.
Use these tips to ease the transition from the road to the dirt.
Incorporate these three types of workouts into your training plan to ensure you keep your short speed intact.
Which type of course do you prefer?