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Why an Olympic Triathlete Is Nervous About Her First Marathon
Gwen Jorgensen is an Olympic gold medalist and one of the fastest women in the world's triathlete circuit, but even the best athletes have their doubts about how a race day will end.
What Training for a Long Race Really Does to Your Legs
From hips all the way down to your ankles, training for a long race can cause serious wear and tear on your legs
The 20 Best Cities for Runners Training for a Marathon
Does your hometown rank?
How a Fitness Retreat Helped Me Get Out of My Wellness Rut
Marathon training can feel monotonous, but Hawaii can change that.
Things That Go Through Your Mind On Marathon Training Rest Days
Hint: Ice cream.
Running Superstar Shalane Flanagan's Tips for Going the Distance
The three-time Olympian and American's shares her marathon secrets.
This Woman Is Running a Marathon on Every Continent
The reason why will give you all the feels.
Alicia Keys Shares Her Totally Unexpected Marathon-Training Playlist
You won't believe what the singer listens to during her New York City Marathon training runs.
Chicago Marathon to Do Away with Pace Setters for Elite Runners
The Chicago Marathon just nixed their "rabbits." Find out why.
The Lowdown on the Train Low/Race High Diet Plan
Switching from a low-carb diet to carb-loading right before a race may help you lose weight and run faster.
5 Things I Wish I Knew When I Started Running
@AliOnTheRun1 gets candid about her favorite lessons she's learned throughout her years of running.
Christy Turlington Burns Teams Up with Apple Watch
The model and avid runner shows how the hotly anticipated Apple Watch can be used to train for—and run—a marathon.
Cold Weather Running Tips from Elite Marathoners
Elite runners and pro coaches share their top strategies for training through winter's toughest conditions.
Marathon Training for Your Brain
Running 26.2 miles is only half the battle. These seven tips will help ensure you mind is marathon-ready too.
The Best Foods to Fuel Your Marathon Training
Which is better for endurance exercise: real food, gels and goo, or something in between?
Could Marathon Training Make You Sick?
Exercise is good for the immune system, right? Well, new research says certain training could leave you feeling under the weather.
9 Smart Running Tips from Shalane Flanagan
Steal these mental tricks from Shalane Flanagan to stay on track with your training during colder months.
5 Tips to Run Negative Splits For Positive Results
Train your body to start slow so you can finish faster (and happier!).
10 Marathon Training Songs to Set Your Pace
Take the guesswork out of training with this uptempo playlist that makes it easy to track your pace.
5 Ways to Improve Your Track Workout
That big red oval isn't just for high school hurdlers—it's also the perfect place to prepare for a PR at any race.
Run Faster, Longer, Stronger, and Injury-Free
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.
Are Some Body Types Not Built to Run?
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.
Your Mental Marathon Training Plan
Prepping your body for a race is only half the battle—here’s how to ready your brain to face 26.2 miles too.
4 Unexpected Ways to Train for a Marathon
Speed work, long runs, and intervals aren’t the only way to prep for 26.2 miles. Try these other plans to finish strong.
Why Women Are Better at Marathons
Seriously—science says when it comes down to this aspect of 26.2, ladies have men beat fair and square.
The Top 10 Fears Marathoners Experience
Face down these common concerns, and you’ll complete 26.2 miles with confidence and soak up the high afterward.