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The Who, What, When, Where, Why, and How of High Mileage Training

Published on September 12, 2013 By Greg

High volume training can be the biggest boon to your running performance, but it can also be the most challenging to manage. These tips will help you identify when to fit it in and how to maintain the training in a manner that provides purely positive results.

Seven Ways to Support Your Significant Other’s Interest in Running

Published on July 16, 2013 By Greg

So your significant other has expressed an interest in running – that’s great! Now it’s up to you to avoid going overboard and let him or her find what works without feeling undue pressure. Here are seven ways you can help the running habit take hold.

Do Your Goals Get in the Way of Your Purpose in Running?

Published on February 27, 2013 By Greg

Sometimes being too tied to our goals as a runner can make us lose sight of the reason we run in the first place. Therefore, it may be healthy to step back and let go of, or at least “loosen”, our goals once in a while.

Ten Top Running Posts for January 2013

Published on February 4, 2013 By Greg

The top links for January 2013 feature the usual suspects on some familiar topics, such as goal-setting, managing your long runs, stretching, finding a coach, and shoe selections.

Ten Valuable Running-Related Posts from December 2012

Published on January 8, 2013 By Greg

This month’s edition of the “best of the running web” features posts on goal-setting, minimalism, diet, your distance predisposition, and winter training. All the hot topics in the cold months of winter.