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Marathon Training Articles
The Midwest is known as "America's Heartland," so why not get your own heart beating a little faster at one of these can't-miss marathons?By Erica Schuckies
Looking to set your sights on a memorable late season marathon? Boy, do we have some options.By Kolby Paxton
Whether it's densely populated cities, plunging temperatures or diverse culture, the northeast is known for many things—including great marathons.By Jackie Veling and Elizabeth Grimsley
Whether it’s a leisurely jog around the block or a destination marathon, running with mom (or your kids’ mom) is time well-spent.By Monica Olivas
Incorporating trail running into your marathon training is a great way to build strength, improve form and gain mental focus for your race.By Training Peaks, Nick Radkewich
Travel for the race, stay for the views—these fall and winter half marathons have it all.By ACTIVE.com
Run isn’t a four letter word—but it might as well be. Let us count the instances in which “running” carries a negative connotation.By Monica Olivas
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