Whether you're training for a 10K or a 10-mile race, these training plans will help you stay on track and reach your goals.
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.
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Don't let cold weather stop your progress.
To get fast, you have to run fast.
This plan is the perfect way to build aerobic capacity but still challenge yourself from a speed perspective.
To get faster over longer distances, you have to hit the gas during shorter intervals first.
Nailing a combo of total-body strength and speedwork will help you go the distance.
Not for the faint of heart, this week's treadmill workout will require some real effort.
Make the 45 minutes you spend on the treadmill really count.
Maximize your time spent on 'Satan's sidewalk' with this fiery 45-minute workout.
This short track session of 400-meter repeats will help you get fit fast. Here's a beginner and advanced version.
Take your health, fitness, and performance to the next level in 2022 with our comprehensive four-week plans.
Train for two races at once with this two-week guide that will give you double the fun while getting the necessary recovery.
Toeing the line for the first time since the pandemic may take you back to your first race ever.
Here's an insider look at Seidel’s training strategy and workouts that led to her marathon success.
After writing a ridiculously thorough guide on marathon training for women, Nolan is following the process of coming back slowly from her injuries and training for a fall marathon in 2022.
It's time to find your fastest self!
Whether you're training for 10K, half marathon, or a marathon, our experts recommend these sessions for the fall season.
Word cues: a simple strategy to beat back negative thoughts and keep yourself focused on executing your race plan.
Don't just dominate the hills, conquer the whole course by running more strategically and finishing faster.
Run/walk intervals aren't just for beginners. Whether you prefer the track, treadmill, or trails, there’s a workout for you.
Tips from moms who have done it, including Olympic marathoner Aliphine Tuliamuk.
If you’ve never run before, 26.2 miles can feel like an impossible distance—but it’s more than doable with our zero to 5K to 10K to half to full marathon training plan.
Feeling fit? Here's an 8-week plan to get you through 26.2.
If you're going to run a 26.2-mile race, you'll need a marathon training plan that incorporates proper strength training and recovery.
By hiding the finish line, this clever workout forces you to push past your psychological limitations.
If you want to net a goal performance in your next race, follow these expert racing guidelines.
The phenomenon of late-race bonking is becoming a little less mysterious.
Over two to three months, take the time to practice your race pace with tempo runs. Trust us, the work will pay off.
Psychological skills training can significantly reduce stress and negative thoughts before and during a marathon — that’s important for your time, and for having a good time.
Jenny Simpson's final race as a college runner was a fascinating example of how the mind can limit the body.
After training in Ethiopia, an elite marathoner starts to learn their success stems as much from how they approach running as from what they do in training.
This simple but challenging interval session hones control and toughness by kicking your butt if you get the pacing wrong.