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Running to a Rhythm: How Music Helps Runners of All Abilities

Not everyone runs with music, but those who do say it puts a spring in their step.

Patience In Training Pays Off In The End

It's not always about how hard and fast you can go in a workout.

Training Tips: Avoid ‘Overcooking’ Your Workouts

No day should be super hard, and no day should be exceptionally easy.

To Avoid Training Burnout, Have Fun

New research suggests keeping training enjoyable is more important than you might think.

Coach Culpepper: Beat The Summer Heat

Expert insights on how to train and race in the heat of summer.

7 Ways To Fit Training Into Your Life

As endurance athletes know, training and life don’t always mix.

Sound Racing Strategies For Runners

Using some basic strategies, you may find yourself finishing faster and feeling more confident each time you toe the line.

Is Repetition In Training More Important Than Variation?

Here's why your program may benefit from a little less variation and a little more repetition.

How Much Confidence Is Enough?

There's a fine line between being confident and being arrogant.

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