Race bib, timing chip, sunscreen...worried you'll forget something on race day? Consult this checklist the night before to make sure you're all set.
Whether you’re a tortoise or a hare, a lover of hills, or rock-bounding trail runner, exploring your athletic DNA can help make sense of your training.
Over two to three months, take the time to practice your race pace with tempo runs. Trust us, the work will pay off.
Do you know the difference between fast-twitch and slow-twitch?
Guidelines for keeping your training on track when you can't do your plan for the day or have to take days off.
For the first few minutes post-26.2 and through the next several weeks, here's a plan for a healthy recovery.
Excerpted from Hansons First Marathon, this flowchart will help you figure out how to start training for your first 26.2.