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Three types of training that will improve your speed, stride, and stamina, but won't burn you out.

This short track session of 400-meter repeats will help you get fit fast. Here's a beginner and an advanced version.

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

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

This long hill in Falmouth, Maine, lets masters marathoner Michael Collin know he's ready for the marathon — especially Boston.

A challenging, effort-based hill workout that takes you farther and farther — 'til you finally get to the top.

A trail crossing on top of a hill in the Florida forest provides a creative and challenging circuit workout for this masters ultra runner.

Use the vertical climbing machine to increase fitness, improve form and increase strength, all in your own home without heavy impact.

Sharpen your speed and build high-intensity fatigue resistance with this simple cut down track workout designed for improving 5K, 10K, half marathon and marathon times

Hills, mud, redline intensity... training like an XC runner will make you a better runner all around: faster, stronger, more in tune with your body and mentally tougher.

Your long run pace depends on your running goals, what systems you're trying to improve, current fitness, and what you mean by long.

Try this simple, fun, and effective structured fartlek to cultivate sprint speed and improve your 5k-marathon time.

Three distinct types of progression runs — that finish faster than started — to incorporate into your training plans, plus their unique benefits.

Want to break up a tempo workout and get all the benefits? Try these short cruise intervals.

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This marathon-specific workout will give you a good indication of what you'll be able to hit on race day.

On Athletics Club Coach Dathan Ritzenhein, coach of olympians Alicia Monson and Joe Klecker, outlines three favorite workouts he used to keep them fresh at any point in the year.

Four challenging — and fun — speed workouts that don't require you to figure out how to get to a track.

For a change of pace, try this mixed-bag workout to fine-tune your change of speed.

Jumping rope is one of the easiest, fastest — and effective — cross-training workouts you can do. Take it back to your childhood and build up your body.

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