It might be the last thing you want to do after a workout, but here's why a tiny bit of speed might hasten your recovery.
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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.
Try this simple, fun, and effective structured fartlek to cultivate sprint speed and improve your 5k-marathon time.
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.
By hiding the finish line, the clever "whistle drill" workout forces you to push past your psychological limitations.