Latest in Marathon Training
Though most runners find the 26.2-mile marathon a thoroughly challenging distance, there is an incredible subset of runners who are driven by the need...
By: Anna Johansson
Forefoot running vs. heel strike running is a hotly debated topic in the running community. Some contend that a heel strike will slow you down and cau...
By: Andy Haley
Just because running isn't a contact sport doesn't mean that there's no risk of injury. The sheer physical and mental fortitude necessary to run 26.2...
By: Kristine Don
Latest Videos in Marathon Training
Get a primer on how you can use Intervals, Tempo Runs and other techniques to improve your top-end speed while training to run 26.2 miles.
Training to run 26.2 miles takes a toll on your body. Here are four ways you can avoid injury as the weeks wear on.
Few things are more intimidating than a training plan that says you have to run 18 or 20 miles this Sunday. But fear not. Follow these guidelines and you'll be able to safely go the distance (and then some).
What you should (and shouldn't) do on the morning of your big event.
Think you need to be carbo-loading all week before your big race? Think again. Angela Altier of Fleet Feet Cleveland shows you a better way.