You may be able to race faster on three or four runs per week than you do on six or seven.
The tempo run is one of the best training sessions a long-distance runner can do.
Building your speed is just one of the many benefits of running around the oval.
If you want to run your best, you've got to do a variety of workouts.
Lactic acid itself isn’t responsible for the muscle fatigue that causes you to do the skeleton dance at the end of a race.
Tired of getting passed at the end of a race? Practice finishing fast on fatigued legs!
This 12-week program will help you cover 13.1 miles fitter and faster than ever.
Try this new twist to periodization training, which involves varying your pace.
We break down the benefits of each method of training.
Prepare yourself for the rigors of racing while keeping your mind and legs sharp when focus starts to fade.