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Study: Late Starters Run Faster In Older Years

Is it really true that people who start running later in life are able to run faster when they’re older?

Part II: Where Is Your Sweet Spot Mileage?

Let your body's response to training determine how much you train.

Part I: Where Is Your Sweet Spot Mileage?

Not all runners are created equal, and neither are their weekly mileage numbers.

A Historical Case For Aerobic Development

Those who cannot learn from history are doomed to repeat it.

The Art Of The Marathon Taper

Tapering isn't as simple as dialing back your weekly mileage and the intensity of your workouts.

Workout Of The Week: Recovery Run

Recovery runs don't actually accelerate muscle recovery, but they do have other important benefits.

How To Train For A Race In 4 Weeks

If you're tight on training time, having a solid race and potentially even a great race, is well within your reach.

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.

The Art Of Tapering Like A Pro

Mastering the final few weeks of training is trickier than it seems.

Do’s And Don’ts For Masters Runners

Use this tried-and-true wisdom to make the most of your running after age 40.

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