Why would two busy parents sign up to run a three-day stage race? There’s a simple answer.
Knowing that you should do strength-training exercises doesn’t mean you’ll actually do them. Could a new book targeted specifically at runners convince reviewer Jan Wellford to keep a consistent strength-training routine?
A recent study offers some advice for a practical, short-term way to prepare for exercising in much higher temperatures.
Over the past year, Larisa Dannis has won the Vermont 100 and the Stone Cat 50-miler. But over the next year, this self-proclaimed “mountain girl at heart” will be taking on a whole new type of challenge. She’ll be trying to qualify for the Olympic marathon trials, while still running a challenging ultramarathon schedule. And she’ll be chronicling her effort for Far North.
When it comes to training—whether for a road marathon or an ultramarathon on trails—is there such a thing as too much information?
Here’s everything you need to know (and probably more) to run at the Pineland Farms Trail Running Festival, including advice from a three-time 50-mile finisher.