Posts Tagged ‘marathon’

Using Your “Personal Yardstick” to Measure Progress


The key to measuring your progress toward any goal is understanding that you are the one who creates the metric system.

The 5 Different Types of Hill Work You Should Be Doing Now


There are mechanical and physiological benefits to hill work, but not all hills are created equal. Here's your guide to different types of incline work and how to incorporate it into your running program.

Best of the Best Part 5: The Top Nutrition and Recovery Articles of 2016


Dial in your wellness knowledge heading into 2017 with our top nutrition and recovery-related content over the past year.

Best of the Best Part 3: The Top Running Articles of 2016


As we head into 2017, we look back at our best running advice over the past year in our continuing year-in-review series.

Off-Season Speed Part 1: Improving Your Running with High Intensity Hill Repeats


By adding hill repeats to your winter training regimen, you can gain strength and power heading into your 2017 season.

Tracking Cadence, Heart Rate, and Pace While Running


Coach Carrie McCusker explains how tracking cadence, heart rate and pace allows for better pacing, efficiency, form, and economy, and will help you train and race more intelligently.

Don’t Just Follow Your Dream, Build Your Dream Season


It's officially Dreaming Season. Each year during this time, we all get a chance to start down a new path, one filled with performance goals, risks, missteps and rewards. It's time to begin your journey.

Overcoming Doubts For Your Fall Running Race


The fall season is packed with running events of all distances. If you are starting to worry that you may not be ready for your event, these tips from coach Bob Mittleman will help you be prepared and ready to achieve your goals.

The Dangers of Hyponatremia


Low sodium levels, known as Hyponatremia, is more common that many athletes realize. The effects range from a decrease performance to potentially fatal if left uncontrolled. Learn more from hydration expert Andy Blow about this condition and simple steps you can take to avoid it.

The Positive Side of Failure


While every athlete wants to reach their goals, sometimes you fall short. However, there is still a lot to learn from failing. Coach Suzanne Flannigan explains how you can become a better athlete by learning from your failures.

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