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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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Health Foot Pronation: What’s Good, What’s Bad and What’s Normal?

Foot pronation is a normal part of anatomical movement, but the word “pronation” has gotten a bad rap.

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Nutrition Nutrition Tips for Runners

When it comes to running and nutrition, you get out what you put in.

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Start Running How To Get Your Goals Back On Track

Falling off the wagon happens—we’re wonderful, flawed human beings—but that doesn’t mean we should give up on our goals.

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Start Running

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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Start Running How To Set Running Goals You’ll Actually Achieve

We spend a great deal of time setting goals, getting excited and making plans—but sometimes we underestimate how difficult accomplishing a goal can be.

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Health Safety Tips For Runners

Regardless of your reasons, you deserve to feel safe when you run. Here’s how you can feel more prepared (and less paranoid) the next time you head out.

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Health How to Deal with Shin Splints

If you begin to notice a dull ache in the front of your shins that turns into more of a pain, you might have shin splints.

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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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Training How to Fit Running Into Your Busy Schedule

Something is generally better than nothing—even if you only manage a short session. Here’s how to find training time in your busy schedule.

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Training How Much Time Do I Need to Train for a Race?

No matter what distance you’re running, it’s important to pace yourself according to your ability. Sticking to a plan will keep you prepared for the rising challenge.

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Nutrition Does a Runner’s Diet Have to be Strict?

Here are some tips I learned in my experiences as a pro runner, which are applicable even if you aren’t running 90+ miles per week.

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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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