America's marathoning sweetheart shares her top tips for tackling 26.2 miles!
Having a rough workout or two isn't the end of the world.
What goes up, must come down.
If you want to run your best, you've got to do a variety of workouts.
“It’s the long run that puts the tiger in the cat.” – Coach Bill Squires
The exact rate your body absorbs and responds to a given workout is going to be influenced by a variety of factors.
Check out coach Matt Forsman's foolproof approach for completing 13.1 miles.
Try this new twist to periodization training, which involves varying your pace.
As marathons continue to gain popularity, so to do ultramarathons. Are you ready to move up?
Stop slogging through the same old long run--add some stuff to it!