The advice of a record-setting 73-year-old holds true for all ages and abilities, but especially for those of us who think we have a running expiration date.
A comeback is difficult, but doable.
Masters-aged runners need to pay more attention to heat acclimation. Here's why.
Masters-aged runners often need more recovery time. Why not extend that typical seven-day plan to eight days?
Longer stride and quicker cadence don’t separate us from elite runners. Research suggests their biomechanics allow them to spend less time on the ground.
Marathons are not easy. But if training feels harder this time around than it did before, read this letter and take it to heart.
Mental training ahead of race day is key—and the only way to get in a racing state of mind is to do a practice run (pun intended).