Running is good, but too much of a good thing can be harmful. Do you know when to dial it back?By Jason Fitzgerald
The marathon is running's most sought-after goal. Find 26.2 training tips, advice, plans and much more. View the Marathon Training Schedule for Beginners to get ready for your first race.
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Racing strategies—particularly at shorter distances—can be divided into three categories. Understanding the keys to each can unlock the door to race dBy Pete Rea
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Jason is a USA Track & Field certified coach and creator of Strength Running, a Greatist "Must Read Health & Fitness Blog" of 2013 that hosts over 150,000 monthly readers.