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Training

How Training Plans Work

Run training plans can range from very generic to extremely specific, but there are some factors they should all offer.

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Training How to Train for Unpredictable Conditions

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.

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Start Running Running When You’re Overweight: A Beginner’s Guide

If you’re overweight and want to get into running—because you want to lose weight, or you know, just enjoy yourself—here are some guidelines, including what’s considered safe, where to start, and how to be realistic.

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Training How to Train for a Trail Race on Roads

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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How to Set Realistic Running Goals (and Achieve Them)

Running goals give us a clear cut reason to push ourselves—and that, ultimately, is the only way we can improve.

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Training How to Avoid Overtraining While Running

Overtraining can be turned around with a reset and being more cautious in the future. So what does that caution look like?

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Start Running How to Run With a Phone

Smartphones may be convenient for taking great photos or watching TV on long flights, but when it comes to running, they sure can take up a lot of space! If you want to run with your phone—for music, tracking or safety—you might find yourself with a bit of a dilemma.

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Health Hydration for Runners

Proper hydration is key for any running. How much you need to drink depends on the temperature, length of your workout and how much you sweat.

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Health

How to Avoid Common Running Injuries

As a runner, there are a few measures you can take to minimize your risk of these common injuries.

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Stories I Ran a Marathon on a Bet with No Training

Who knew a bet would lead to so much more.

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Health How to Deal with Runner’s Knee

“Runner’s knee” is one of the more common forms of knee pain experienced by runners. The most annoying part? It usually doesn’t go away on its own, even though you keep hoping it might.

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Training How Far and How Frequently Should You Run?

Every running routine starts with an essential question: how much should I run? How many miles, minutes or days per week is right?

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Training

How to Keep Your “Easy Runs” Easy

One of the biggest mistakes runners make when training for long distances for the first time is doing their easy and long runs too fast.

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