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Can A Training Log Hurt Your Running?

Improvement isn’t about hitting a big workout, how many miles you can cram into a week or "competing" against others.

Why You Should Keep A Training Log

Writing down your goals will keep you organized and accountable.

Training Logs Are Not Always What They Appear To Be

Everyone’s schedules fluctuate, so training logs are a constant juggling act.

Running 101: Keeping A Training Log

It has been a very useful tool for runners of all skills for decades.

Burning Runner: Daily Log, March 17, 2011

T.J. transitions from Long Slow Distance to Power, Speed and Endurance through the Crossfit Endurance method of training.

Burning Runner: Daily Log, March 16, 2011

T.J. transitions from Long Slow Distance to Power, Speed and Endurance through the Crossfit Endurance method of training.

Burning Runner: Transition Time

T.J. transitions from long slow distance to power, speed and endurance.

Recovery: Qualitative Measurement

In the second installment of our new Recovery video series, Sage Rountree explains why it’s important to track your recovery in

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