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Make sure to include these smart, specific workouts in your half marathon training to land you that PR.

Tips and examples on how to optimally schedule your runs throughout the week

What type of weight training you should and should not do to improve your stride and make you a faster runner.

Make sure your treadmill runs are both entertaining and productive with these three types of workouts.

Top runners have a forward lean because they are fast, not because they try to lean forward. Here’s how to develop your lean effectively.

Static stretching isn't enough; use this dynamic warmup to rev up your body and have a better run.

Still stretching before you run? Stop. Focus on mobility instead, and save stretching for after (only if it feels good).

3 Strategies for enhancing your at-home strength workouts to become a more powerful runner.

Your first 10K is within reach! Here's how to prepare.

Hills build endurance, improve top-end speed and enhance VO2 Max while helping to keep you injury-free.

Three types of hill workouts you can do today to start seeing improvement in all aspects of your running.

Off-season training gets you to the starting line—of a more advanced training plan that will take you to new heights.

Running the second half of a race faster than you run the first half is a proven formula for success.

Periodization—planning phases of your training—can take different forms, but follows universal rules that will help you get the most from your training.

Don't stretch sore hamstrings. Here’s what you should do instead.

Improve your hip and glute strength to rid yourself of this annoying injury.

Get more from your gym time by lifting for strength and advancing to harder and more advanced exercises—plus enjoy the work more as you see your strength grow.

The base phase of marathon training is crucial in setting the stage for the rest of your training weeks. Here are the key elements.

Seriously. Here are 3 proven ways to increase running strength — and speed, economy, power and injury resistance — without lifting a single weight.

To run your fastest 5K you need to develop your endurance, muscles and race-specific speed. We'll show you how.

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