Putting in the miles should allow you to finish an ultra, but mixing up your training will help you finish strong.
You're not as slow as you think, as these workouts will show.
The exact rate your body absorbs and responds to a given workout is going to be influenced by a variety of factors.
This short speed session can be as easy or as hard as you want it to be!
Most runners train too hard, too often.
Tired of getting passed at the end of a race? Practice finishing fast on fatigued legs!
Try this new twist to periodization training, which involves varying your pace.
If you can't run a lot, you're better off running hard.
Here are five ways to change up your training to stimulate better results.
Group runs are not always the most beneficial for your training. Coach Culpepper writes about some common mistakes we all make.