Try these eight tips courtesy of Lauren Jimison and work your way toward better running.
You may be able to race faster on three or four runs per week than you do on six or seven.
Running on tired legs isn't fun, but it will teach your body how to finish a race strong.
Check out coach Matt Forsman's foolproof approach for completing 13.1 miles.
Tim Bradley breaks down the differences between these two types of runners and provides workouts for each one.
Being truly race-ready on race day is trickier than you might think.
If you're in the mountains for work or leisure, make the most of your time at altitude and don't let it get the best of you.
As your race gets closer, it becomes increasingly more important to dial in your workouts.
Incorporate some speed work and strength training into your routine.