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Run Training Post: Building Endurance with EZ Runs by Cord C. Patient Expert Posted Wed 26 Aug 2009 2:54pm Over 2 minutes faster than my last 5 mile run last week. HR 1 beat faster on average. Felt great through the whole run. Got out on the run at 5:30am. Weather has been great this early in the morning. Speed work tomorrow! Kept my run very easy today so I don't put two hard workouts together in a row. Run Summary: Distance: 5.1 Miles Time: 4 ... Read on »
The Best of Strength Running: Endurance and Marathon Training by Jason Fitzgerald Posted Thu 23 Aug 2012 8:00am by Jason Fitzgerald This is the second article in a 3-part series focusing on the best material on Strength Running. Today, we dive into endurance. I’m personally fascinated with gaining endurance and increasing aerobic capacity. It’s so seemingly simple (run more) but of course, simple a ... Read on »
Run Training Post: Building My Run Endurance by Cord C. Patient Expert Posted Tue 01 Sep 2009 3:13pm I made it out at 5:30 this morning with more enthusiasm because it is one of the first Tuesday's I've had a scheduled run. Today would turn out to be a good day to shake out the cobwebs from yesterday's Tempo Threshold run. I had a great run overall. The first mile was a little sluggish but I think that was because I had just jumped out of b ... Read on »
Training for the Burning River 100 Mile Endurance Run by Mark Tichinel Posted Tue 16 Nov 2010 6:07am Today seems to be as good of day as any to start training for the Burning River 100 Mile endurance run. While research has started and changes to normal weekly running plan has already been been made - today is the official start. The basis will be run as often as possible at a slower speed. A few other focus areas. 1) Fast walking uphil ... Read on »
For Heart Health, Sprints Match Endurance Training by Gregory S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 14 Aug 2008 10:02am Add sprints to your workout to give it a boost or sneak in a sprint workout when you’re short on time. The American Journal of Physiology - Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology, released a study that states sprinting is as beneficial for heart health as longer moderate speed workouts. High-intensity workouts provide the same b ... Read on »
Training Paces while Running by Allen Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 17 Nov 2008 9:07pm When you talk with other runners or read the running literature, you hear comments about running various paces, such as rest runs, tempo runs, marathon pace, etc. Proper training means that you don't just run one pace all the time. You vary your pace according to the goals of your training. In this page, I discuss the paces that are commonly us ... Read on »
Marathon Running: So Unlike Me by Ulyana C. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 11 Sep 2009 2:04pm In my little hiatus from marathon training (I run just 3-4 times a week, 2-3 miles at a time, no more), I got to thinking how marathon running is so unlike me, and yet I got into pretty hard core. It really IS very unlike me. I am that person in line (no, I do not mean bread lines in Soviet Russia, just a regular, a very short American line ... Read on »
Five Resistance Training Myths in the Running World by Eric C. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 4:30pm 1 Comment To some, resistance training is the Rodney Dangerfield of the running community; it gets no respect. To others, it’s like Tom Cruise; runners think it might be useful, but it just doesn’t make any sense to them. And then, there are those to whom resistance training is like Abraham Lincoln; it’s freed them from being slaves to ineffective pro ... Read on »
Adapt to the least amount of training stress: the "long" run by Marni R. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 17 Jun 2013 6:18pm When you mention the word endurance athlete, I think most people would instantly think "long" workouts. As that would be expected if you are training for a "long" event. In my multisport world, Ironman and Marathon are the two big endurance events but I would also like to include anything over 2 hours, such as a half marathon or olympic ... Read on »
An Interview with Endurance Expert Dr. Philip Maffetone by Will C. Patient Expert Posted Sat 29 Nov 2008 12:31pm It was October 1993. I was standing on the side of Alii Drive watching the Hawaii Ironman. Mark Allen, four-time champion of the event at the time, had just finished the 112-mile bike and was beginning the marathon. As I watched him run by, five minutes behind the leader, I noticed his smooth cadence in the sweltering heat. Could he catch the athl ... Read on »