Jenny Poore writes about what she calls "big, scary workouts" — 10 x 800s and hard 10-milers.
Jenny Poore appreciates the spectators and volunteers that come out to cheer on runners and help them out at races.
Jenny Poore recalls a 5K race that didn’t quite go as planned.
Jenny Poore spends just a few minutes a day doing cross-training, and it has paid off for her.
Jenny Poore is a proponent of running to the beat of music, but she sometimes switches off her iPod during a race.
Heathy fueling for marathon training includes a balanced diet and proper hydration, writes Jenny Poore.
Jenny Poore has always been athletic, so she turned to distance running in 2010 and has not looked back.