Learn how to squeeze a little more speed out of yourself by making the most of your training.
Don't get stuck in a road racing rut—hit the track and expand your horizon.
If your running is feeling stale, start training for the mile.
You don't have to run fast in training—unless you want to run faster in races.
As your race gets closer, it becomes increasingly more important to dial in your workouts.
Use this tried-and-true wisdom to make the most of your running after age 40.
Learn how working on your top-end sprinting speed can help make you a better marathoner.
Gain strength and speed by running down a decline.
Incorporate these three types of workouts into your training plan to ensure you keep your short speed intact.