Follow along on SHAPE’s official race training blog as SHAPE editors and contributors conquer new fitness milestones such as a triathlon, half-marathon, obstacle race, and a 545-mile bike ride!
One finisher reveals what it's really like to run this iconic race.
The "taper" can be torture, but those 7 days before your race are crucial.
Ask yourself these 5 questions to figure out your ideal time to fit in miles so you get the best workout.
Marathon training is not just a jog through the park. See what you'll need to keep you going all the way to 26.2!
Rack up double-digit miles without any pain or boredom with these expert tips.
When you're facing your first big race, be sure you don't overlook these little things.
Make raising money while training for a race easier with these tips to reach people and help them believe in your cause.
If life gets in the way of your training, use these pointers to stay realistic and on-track to meet your goals.
When you’re prepping for a race, stick to your running program and fit in every workout—except in this one instance.
Putting in miles can put you in pain—or worse. These exercises and stretches will help you stay in top form.
Seasoned pros share how to properly train so you're fully prepared come race day.
The right amount of H2O (and other beverages) can make all those miles easier.
Stay fueled for all those miles when training for a marathon without going overboard on the calories and carbs.
Put in the time and miles recommened on this schedule, and your 26.2 is sure to go smoothly.
Follow our new race blogger (and join her!) as she prepares for the iconic NYC marathon in November.
Check out beautiful and touching scenes from the 7-day AIDS/Lifecycle bike ride in this sped-up video.
Sometimes the best thing to do before a big meet or event is to taper back on your exercising and relax a little.
Headed for the great outdoors? Make sure you have everything you may need with this quick checklist.
If you're going on a long run or bike ride, you need more than just H2O to perform at your best and stay energized.
A little drizzle shouldn't stop your bike ride or run, but if conditions get this bad, you may want to stop and head home.
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