We made a mistake in Week 8 of the Advanced training plan. See the correction here.
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This handy race day checklist will help you get to the marathon start line fully prepared for the actual event.
This marathon training flow chart from the Hansons-Brooks Distance Project coaches will help you assess if you’re ready to start marathon training and what your next step should be.
Before choosing your plan and starting your marathon training, ask yourself these simple questions to establish your starting point.
Read this introduction to Hansons First Marathon to see why anyone can train for a successful first marathon.
Hansons First Marathon, from one of America’s most successful marathon training groups, offers a smart, friendly guide to preparing for your first marathon.
Two VeloPress authors will be featured speakers at the 2018 Boston Marathon race expo seminar series presented by Women’s Running magazine.
Coach Ryan Bolton breaks down the running power meter data of an elite runner who placed top 10 at the New York City Marathon. What does the power meter tell us about the importance of run pacing on this iconic marathon race course?
Jonathan Beverly will meet runners and autograph copies of his new books at the New York City Marathon.
If you’ve ever done an Ironman, you know your marathon running pace is much slower than you could run if you were fresh, running an open marathon. But what is that race pace for you off the bike? How can you determine it?
Enter for a chance to win coach Jason Koop as your ultramarathon race crew!
Men’s Journal has shared a gallery of photographs by Alexis Berg from Grand Trail on its website.
Enjoy a free chapter from Grand Trail about Marathon des Sables!
Marathon des Sables is a legend, the ultimate adventure. A story of the desert, of life, of friendship.
You can meet ultramarathon coach Jason Koop and ask him your ultrarunning questions at three upcoming events in Cincinnati, Austin, and Denver.
Your ultramarathon pacers can make or break your race. Jason Koop shows how to train your race crew.
Runners of almost any fitness level can finish a 100-mile run simply by maintaining a walking pace.