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7 Endurance Tips From Ultramarathon Runner Ian Sharman

Ultramarathons are grueling events that can range from 50 kilometers (just over 31 miles) to 160 miles in distance. To compete in such long, inten...

Preparation Nation: Hoover Buccaneers Basketball

The road to a state title is a marathon, not a sprint—and the Hoover (Alabama) girls basketball team, recently featured in Eastbay's Preparation N...

WATCH: Serena Williams' Skills on the Ice

Superstar tennis player Serena Williams has now dazzled us with her ice skating skills. On Wednesday evening in New York, she went for a casual sk...

Baseball Conditioning: Why You Need an Aerobic Base

The easiest way to think about conditioning is to do so on a spectrum. On one side lies capacity, and on the other lie power, speed and strength. Those...

Book '1:59' Examines the Sub-Two-Hour Marathon

The new athletic guide by Dr. Philip Maffetone, entitled 1:59: The Sub-Two Hour Marathon Is Within Reach—Here's How It Will Go Down, and What It...

Who Eats More, an NFL Player or an Ultramarathoner?

The bodies of an NFL safety and an ultra-runner are incredibly different. One is designed for violent explosions of force every few minutes, and ...

The Reebok ZQuick Is a Racing Tire for Your Foot

I'm not one to fret over my choice of running shoes—I tend to pick up whatever feels most comfortable at the time. I don't typically put in marathon...

Weight Training for Runners: 3 Full-Body Moves

On March 31, Linsey Corbin toed the line for her first major race of 2014, the Ironman Los Cabos, in Los Cabos, Mexico. It was a hot day on a chal...

'Spartan Up!' by Joe De Sena Shows How to Overcome Obstacles in Sports and Life

Joe De Sena, the CEO and c0-founder of the popular Spartan Race, has written a book beneficial to athletes and anyone else looking to transform them...

Tired of Tiring During Runs? Try These Jogging Pace Drills

As we start to fatigue during a run, one of two things scenarios typically occurs - we keep the same effort level and slow the jogging pace or increase...

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