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7 Warning Signs That You’re Overtraining

Courtney Baird / September 25, 2018

Overtraining can put you on the sidelines for months or years at a time. But there are signs that you can look for to nip it in the bud.

History of the Bank of America Chicago Marathon

Theresa Juva / September 25, 2018

The annual marathon in Chicago is one of the biggest and most competitive marathons in the world, but in its early years, the event was a far cry from the glamorous and star-studded race it is today.

Weak In The Knees? Strengthen Your Hips

Matt Fitzgerald / September 20, 2018

Strengthening exercises for the hip abductors have become a standard treatment for patellofemoral pain syndrome (PFPS).

The Rundown: Asics GT 1000-7

Christine DiGangi / September 20, 2018

With fall marathons coming up, the GT 1000-7 is an excellent choice for peak mileage weeks or a race itself.

The Underdogs of the Marathon Circuit

Cammy Garvelink / September 19, 2018

Major marathons tend to attract semi-elite runners, the ones near the top of results lists, but rarely on press releases.

How To Beat Runner’s Knee

Matt Fitzgerald / September 18, 2018

Runner’s knee is the most common running injury, accounting for roughly 20 percent of all running injuries.

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