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Running: The Way To Prevent Running Injuries

It may not sound right, but running is one of the most effective ways to keep the threat of injury to a minimum.

The 10 Percent Rule: Fact Or Fiction?

We examine the 10 percent rule, a popular way of increasing mileage every week. Is it really that effective?

General Strength Training For Distance Runners

Address all three planes of movement to decrease your risk of both running-related and general injuries.

Are You Running Enough Miles?

Chances are, you’re probably not.

What’s The Real Benefit Of Recovery Runs?

Recovery runs actually don't help you recover-but they're still worth doing.

Training Logs Are Not Always What They Appear To Be

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

A Short Cut To The Long Run

You can run a good marathon without logging 20-mile training runs.

3 Reasons Why You Should Not Run A Marathon

Marathons are all the rage these days, but the demanding distance isn’t for everyone.

Running 101: Keeping A Training Log

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

Workout Of The Week: Easy Days The Hansons Way

Misconceptions abound when it comes to easy running.

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