Eighty pull-ups, 20 unbroken muscle-ups, and a 195-pound snatch: There’s not much CrossFit champ Camille Leblanc-Bazinet can’t achieve in fitness. Learn about her hardest workout here.
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Got a bad case of the post-marathon blues? It’s common for runners to feel down after the race-day endorphins wear off. Here’s how to get back to normal, post 26.2.
“You know it’s going to hurt. So you have to ask yourself: Are you willing to hurt more than someone else?” Find out if Meb Keflezighi is as he preps for the 2014 NYC Marathon.
Whether you want to increase speed, build strength, or improve endurance, these resources will get you one step closer to reaching your running goals.
What songs motivate elite runner Meb Keflezighi to keep winning marathon titles? Get his playlist here.
Got 15 minutes? Then you’ve got enough time to build strength, endurance and power with this calorie-blasting plyometrics workout.
Got 20 minutes? Then you have enough time to fit in a calorie-blasting metabolic conditioning routine. Get started with this full-body MetCon workout.
Marathon training can take a toll on your body and your state of mind. But is it costing you your relationship, too? Learn the warning signs and how to make it work.
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Speed and mobility are more closely related than you’d think. Find out how to run faster — and avoid injury — with these mobility exercises for runners.
Tapering is a crucial part of your marathon or half-marathon training schedule. Use these tips to master the taper and have your best race yet.
Can’t bear the thought of running without music? Learn how your body reacts to tunes and whether you might be better off leaving your iPod at home.
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