“It’s the long run that puts the tiger in the cat.” – Coach Bill Squires
Lactic acid itself isn’t responsible for the muscle fatigue that causes you to do the skeleton dance at the end of a race.
Mario Fraioli describes how to tackle a new challenge after setting a personal best in the marathon.
Learn how subtle year-to-year increases in volume can pay off in the long run.
Stop slogging through the same old long run--add some stuff to it!
Even when training for a marathon, speed work is not to be underestimated.
Learn how to improve the critical fuel efficiency element of the marathon while maintaining consistency in your training.
Looking to shave some time off your marathon PR? Here’s the secret to adding speed to your races.
A little planning will help you become a more confident, patient, disciplined, and well-rounded runner.
Three easy steps for getting over a poor performance.