Incorporating trail running into your marathon training is a great way to build strength, improve form and gain mental focus for your race, however there are important guidelines to keep in mind so that your off-road time doesn’t derail your marathon goals.
Some observations on the relationship between running effectiveness and speed as analyzed using WKO4 software.
From pre-race preparations to course logistics, here's your mile-by-mile race day guide for a fun, fast and memorable day on the Boston Marathon course.
A training plan will not deliver the results you want if the workouts you do are different from the workouts prescribed. Our new structured workouts make it easier for athletes to do every part of every session at the right intensity and reap the full benefits of 80/20 training.
These three tips will help you keep your mental game in check when injury strikes so you can get back to the starting line confidently and quickly.
A good marathon taper can make up to a five-percent increase in your finishing time. Here are some key takeaways for how to plan your taper wisely so you are rested and ready to tackle 26.2.
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.