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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 If Conversation Hearts Were Made for Runners

Happy Valentine’s Day from the ASICS Runkeeper® team!

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App Small Steps, Big Goals Sweepstakes

Start 2021 off with a chance to win some awesome prizes.

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Stories Brooks Wheelan’s Marathon Journey: Part 2

Brooks Wheelan is days away from putting his marathon training from the ASICS Runkeeper ™ app to the test.

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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 New Year’s Resolutions 2021

It goes without saying that everyone is ready to ring in 2021.

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Stories Brooks Wheelan’s Marathon Journey: Part 1

Earlier this year, Brooks Wheelan ran a marathon on a bet with no training—and his experience went viral. Now, he’s using the ASICS Runkeeper ™ app to train for a marathon—correctly.

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Stories I Ran a Japanese Ekiden Race

Can you imagine running a marathon, or even an ultramarathon, as part of a long-distance relay team? Over the course […]

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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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Start Running Ten Running Benefits You Feel Within a Week

While some of these may take time to take shape, others are almost an immediate effect.

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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 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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