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This infographic of the best running form cues will help you move more fluidly and efficiently whether you’re a casual runner or marathon addict.
If you pass up races due to knee pain or because you don’t “look” like a runner, chances are you’re missing out—and just training improperly.
Prepping your body for a race is only half the battle—here’s how to ready your brain to face 26.2 miles too.
Speed work, long runs, and intervals aren’t the only way to prep for 26.2 miles. Try these other plans to finish strong.
Seriously—science says when it comes down to this aspect of 26.2, ladies have men beat fair and square.
Face down these common concerns, and you’ll complete 26.2 miles with confidence and soak up the high afterward.
20 miles alone with your brain leads to some interesting mind and body revelations.
Before you sign up for 26.2 miles, consider these frank facts from someone who’s been there.
With these key moves perfected, you'll walk into Tabata class, use kettlebells, or train for a marathon with confidence and get the most out of your experience.
Make your next 26.2 fly by with this training plan for intermediate runners.