In this excerpt from Joe Friel’s Fast After 50, celebrated masters cyclist Ned Overend reveals his secret to staying fast as he nears age 60.
What if you put away the devices, apps, and plans and just listened to your body and ran how you felt? Learn how letting go can free you up to enjoy your running for the long haul.
Leaving a team doesn’t mean leaving the sport. Jonathan Beverly gives graduates 2 strategies to keep the hunger for running strong.
Is it possible to set a new PR each decade? Well, that depends on how you set your own goals and expectations…
It’s important to seek the right level of challenge–no matter what your experience or ability level as a runner. Jonathan Beverly shares great ideas to keep your running fun and challenging drawing tips from some of America’s best runners.
Joan Benoit Samuelson is one of America’s most accomplished runners. Even in her 60s, she’s found ways to keep her running fresh, fun, and challenging.
There is one rule that’s critical to every aspect of running: Runners must run consistently.
In his brilliant new book, Jonathan Beverly discovers that great runners are built, not born. See what some of America’s best runners say about how their early failures drove them to later success.
Run Strong, Stay Hungry features 51 lifetime competitors. See who you’ll recognize and get to know a few new faces.
This chapter summary of Run Strong, Stay Hungry offers short overview of what Beverly discovered.
In this excerpt from his new book Fast After 50, coach Joe Friel shows three ways athletes can defy aging.