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If our brain gets worried that we’re running too hard, it shuts down muscle fibers. Here's how to reengage your mind and muscles.

Pushing the pace downhill is tempting, but carries a cost that negates any time gains. Here's why.

You want to deplete your carb supply to get many of the long run's training benefits. Here's why—and the exception.

Runners at any age can get speedier by adding intensity to their training—with care. Top masters runners and coaches tell how.

Pete Magill gets scientific about sex, and explains the strategies that support his enduring love of running.

Masters champion and coach Pete Magill explains the nuances of long run recovery, plus when you should start doing speedwork as a beginner or running returnee.

Training for maximum velocity is essential to run your best. These four key exercises will improve your power and speed.

Here’s how much reducing the weight of your shoes can improve your 5K times.

Plus: How heat training differs from altitude—and how to maximize its effects.

Masters runner Pete feels your pain, and coach Magill gives sage advice on dealing with achilles injuries and treating recovered stress fractures.

Five ways to fight aging and run faster for more years.

Don't blame your genes for your running injury history, blame your training plan. Five ways to stop training like an idiot—and start staying healthy.

You can run a good marathon off a low-volume, high-intensity training program, but to reach your full potential, you have to have it all: volume and intensity.

Pete Magill explains how it is easy to be tough when you run smart and hurt less than everyone around you.

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