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Maintaining Your Speed During Marathon Training

Incorporate these three types of workouts into your training plan to ensure you keep your short speed intact.

The Rundown: The North Face Flight RKT

The North Face Flight RKT is a lightweight, race-day trail shoe for when speed outweighs protection.

The Inspiring Story Behind Ultrarunner Katie Arnold’s Leadville 100 Victory

Her doctor cautioned, “If I were you, I would never run again," after she broke her leg. But Katie Arnold knew better.

Is Pace Creep Sabotaging Your Runs?

To effectively push your limits, empower yourself as a runner and adapt to training stressors without injury, avoid pace creep.

How To Break Out Of Your Running Rut

If you find yourself in a running slump, use these three tips to get yourself back on track.

Chris O’Hare, Shannon Osika Win Hoka One One Long Island Mile Titles

Viral NCAA champion Ben Flanagan broke four minutes for the first time during last night's Hoka One One Long Island Mile.

Is Your Training Plan Working?

Keep your training on track with these simple tools for measuring the direction of your training.

Ask a PT: Can You Do Too Much Recovery Between Runs?

Dr. Marc Robinson answers your questions about running, chronic pain, injury prevention and training in our monthly column.

The Best Ways to Treat Hamstring Injuries

Hamstring strains can be some of the most chronic running injuries. Here are some treatment and prevention tips.

How to Avoid Hitting “The Wall”

Through training, you can avoid having to deal with hitting the dreaded "wall." Here are specific workouts to perform your best on race day.

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