Training: Page 3

Come here to find everything from strength-training workouts to distance-specific exercises and how to PR on your next race.

The Search for the Edge

A group of young runners hone strength and speed on the roads as Bob Larsen develops his effort-based training philosophy in this excerpt from a new book about the legendary coach.

Ritz on Running: Rebuild Running Speed

After training your endurance for a marathon or half, switch your focus to speed—to rebuild well-rounded fitness and take your next training cycle to new heights.

Three Essential Running Exercises

If you only have a few minutes a week for strength work, do these exercises to improve running economy and reduce injuries.

Reach Your Peak on Marathon Day

Throw “tapering” out of your vocabulary and peak for your next marathon by carefully tweaking volume and intensity.

Ask Pete: Why do I keep getting injured?

Don't blame your genes for your running injury history, blame your training plan. Five ways to stop training like an idiot—and start staying healthy.

My Favorite Hill: Ascent of Skytop

This long, gradual ascent up Skytop mountain in New Paltz, New York provides a steady, relentless training effect, as well as inspiring scenery.