A proper build phase builds a strong foundation, increases your endurance and plans for proper recovery periods so you can arrive on the start line in peak performance shape.
Easy runs are an important component of your weekly mileage and not to be overlooked. Follow these four steps to ensure you make the most of your easy run days.
Running power meters are great tools for measuring—and correcting for—common muscular imbalances found in endurance athletes, and is also of great use for identifying proper training and recovery needs.
Finding the right run training plan involves finding a long-term strategy that will adjust accordingly as you head down the road toward the starting line.
By adding speedwork into your training now, you can improve race-specific speed, mental acuity, running form and cadence. Here are some tips for how to do it smartly and effectively.
Improving your running performance comes from combining your short-term, long-term and very long-term planning.
Now is the perfect time to take advantage of the snow for Nordic skiing, which is both a whole body strength workout and great cardiovascular exercise. Here's the 4-1-1 on how to get started.
You have your "A" race in mind and training is likely underway, so don't let your goal slip away because you didn't have a clear plan of action for how to stay motivated.
Most endurance athletes have heard at one point or another the importance of replacing their glycogen stores after a workout. Here's what glycogen is, and its role in performance and recovery.
This workout relies on short, high-intensity intervals at a high incline coupled with generous rest, and is guaranteed to improve your speed by stimulating your neuromuscular system.