Intuitive eating has been found to be associated with a plethora of positive health benefits. Here's how to combine mind-based knowledge and body-based knowledge to make it work for you as a runner.

Free-flowing, feel-based long runs still have a place in structured training plans.

Training for the mile will make you a better runner at every distance. Racing the mile will take you to places you've never been before. Here's how to do both, plus advice from Olympic mile medalist Leo Manzano.

Runners often define themselves by their personal records, but PRs rarely answer the most important question: How good are you, really?

In Episode 13 of the Endurance Podcast, host Ian Sharman talks with elite athlete and trainer Renee Metivier about the best types of strength training for runners and how to fit strength work into your training plan.

Coach Carl talks through what to do in the days leading up to a race, and explains race-day strategies.

Your training as a runner extends far deeper than the workouts you do. The best athletes think about every aspect of their lifestyles (even the oatmeal).

6 Keys to be ready for a great championship season of outdoor track, from training to tactics.

Coach Carl explains how to combine all the training elements for the 5K into an effective plan.

Three things you should, and two things you should not emulate from your favorite professional runner’s social feed.

Coach Carl explains the critical importance of VO2 Max training for the 5K, and introduces "hammer" workouts you can use to maximize your race readiness.

What is plyometric training and how can it benefit you?

Coach Carl explains why you need to improve your lactate threshold and how to target it with creative 5K-specific workouts.

Regardless what happens to your season, or what program you’re in, you can get better focusing on these two training elements and one key mindset.

What percentage of your running volume can you replace with other types of exercise and not have to adjust your goals?

Gone are the days of simple lifts with lots of reps. Today's weight training is about complex and integrative strength exercises.

Coach Carl explains the importance of neuromuscular training for the 5K and how to easily integrate it into your runs.

Camille Herron and Nate Jenkins dish on how to avoid injury and stay energized while maxing out your miles.

Despite what you may have heard, you do not need mega-mile weeks to thrive as a runner. Three elites offer advice on how to run your best with less volume.

How much mileage should you be running? While there is no clear-cut answer that applies to every runner, two top coaches share some helpful ways to think about the volume question so that you can find your optimal mileage number.

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