Nailing a combo of total-body strength and speedwork will help you go the distance.
New year, new speeds.
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.
In 2021, Emma Bates switched training groups, found a new coach, and moved to Colorado. All the changes did her good.
Two finish lines are better than one. But make sure you train right so you can cross both.
“My whole career I’ve been like, what’s next?”: Molly Huddle on Preparing for the 2021 Boston Marathon
The two-time Olympian has been focused on injury prevention in her build up to Boston.
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.
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.
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.
The 36-year-old nutrition scientist isn't letting anything (even a misdirected marathon course) slow her down.
One of the simplest types of speed work, progression runs add variety and intensity to your training while requiring minimal recovery.
Study shows faster marathoners took in significantly more calories and fats—eating more nuts, seeds, fruits, and vegetables—than slower marathoners.
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Molly Huddle has shown her stamina on challenging 26.2-mile courses and she believes her many years of mileage will pay off at the Olympic Trials.
Check out Christine Yu's author page.
Researchers in London found even low key marathon training reduced "vascular age" by four years.
She races more often than most other pro runners, but what really keeps this national road champion going (and going and going)? She fills us in on her marathon mind tricks and more.
If you're going for your best marathon yet, this Olympian has advice. Use her mental tricks to get to the finish line fast.
The right tunes are essential for the increase in mileage this summer, so make your playlist now to get you through your next 26.2.
Choosing a lower mileage training plan for your first marathon may help you avoid unnecessary burnout and injury.
Things definitely don't always happen as expected.
As one runner has begun planning her wedding, she has noticed more than a few similarities between planning and training for a marathon.
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Is it okay to change up your training schedule to fit a half marathon in to your marathon training?
One mother runner learned a lot while training for and running a marathon at just 5 months postpartum.
What do you do when you are a month away from your goal race and an injury pops up?
Is CrossFit—a strength and conditioning program—safe to do during marathon training?
These are perhaps the most important two weeks of the entire training time. Use them wisely.
It's all about trial and error with some, and honesty with yourself for the others.
Joan Benoit Samuelson and Abbott's medical director share their tried-and-true mental tips for runners.
Training for a marathon? You may not need that 20-miler. One coach explains a better way to long run.
One editor is throwing in the towel on painting a perfect picture about training—because sometimes it just sucks.
We asked and you answered. Now see what fellow readers recommend to eat pre-race.
For one runner, the marathon started out as a bucket list item. Now, it's become much more.