Emilia Benton is a freelance writer and editor, a 10-time marathoner, frequent traveler and avid amateur baker. She lives in her hometown of Houston with her husband, Omar, and Boston Terrier rescue, Astro.
Figuring out where you ideally fall on the mileage spectrum can be tricky—you certainly don’t want to learn what doesn’t work the hard way via injuries and burnout.
Running can boost your energy and mood, which can make it a great way to start your day feeling optimistic and charged before getting to work.
The quick answer is yes.
It’s wise to prepare yourself for the chance of an unseasonably hot or rainy day. Here’s how to train so that you can handle whatever race day throws your way.
If you live in an urban area with no technical trails to speak of, you may be wondering how to train efficiently for a trail race. Here are four ways to get trail-ready on your usual roads.
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