How you're built, how you run, and how well you recover all affect your training load.
Is it really true that people who start running later in life are able to run faster when they’re older?
Let your body's response to training determine how much you train.
Not all runners are created equal, and neither are their weekly mileage numbers.
Those who cannot learn from history are doomed to repeat it.
Tapering isn't as simple as dialing back your weekly mileage and the intensity of your workouts.
If you're tight on training time, having a solid race and potentially even a great race, is well within your reach.
Improvement isn’t about hitting a big workout, how many miles you can cram into a week or "competing" against others.
Mastering the final few weeks of training is trickier than it seems.
Use this tried-and-true wisdom to make the most of your running after age 40.