Endurance is a must for any cross country runner. Through STACK's speed workouts, you'll not only develop endurance, but you'll also build aerobic capacity, lower-body strength and pure speed. To maximize performance, follow the fueling and hydration guidelines outlined below and check out the latest training shoes, racing spikes and apparel. Find advice on improving every aspect of your cross country performance from the nation's top coaches and elite athletes.
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STACK attended the 2014 Ohio Association of Track and Cross Country Coaches Clinic, which brought together elite coaches from around the country to discuss new and cutting-edge ways to enhance performance.
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Distance runner and 2009 New York City Marathon winner Meb Keflezighi discusses how listening to music during his training runs inspires him to run faster.