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9 Running Habits to Break Now

Quick fixes for the most common runner habits. 

Are you ready for an ultramarathon?

If you think you're ready for an ultramarathon, you're probably right. 

Are You Overtraining?

Common signs of overtraining, which can lead to months of downtime, and months regaining what was lost. 

Pursuit of Altitude with UCAN

Linda Quirk is training for Tor des Geants, total elevation gain of 78,700 feet

Training Over 60: Jumping Hurdles

Linda talks about tackling obstacles that threaten to derail her training for Tor des Geants

The Reluctant Runner (part 1)

One woman's couch to 5K journey, and all the missteps along the way. 

Training Over 60: Adventures in The Azores

Linda Quirk takes her training to the rugged terrain of The Azores for her first vertical run, followed by a 70k training race. Here’s what happened next.  

Altitude Training with a Tire Drag

In Linda's second installment of Training Over 60, she runs with a tire drag to simulate running in the mountains. 

Endurance Training Over 60: Assembling a Tire Drag

In preparation for Tor Des Geants, Linda Quirk assembles a Tire Drag to help her build strength and endurance. 

Alternative Training for Injured Runners

Injuries happen, it's how you recover from them that counts. Learn ways to maintain fitness when injured. 

Don't Slack on Sleep

During sleep our bodies are repaired and brains rewired, but many athletes don't get enough. Improve your sleep technique. 

Are You Ready to Train for a Marathon?

Think you're ready for a marathon? Do it! But first, ask yourself these questions. 

5 Strength Building Exercises for Runners

Gain power and stamina needed to overcome the pack with these 5 strength building exercises

Don't Skip your Post Run Cooldown

Proper cooldowns after a run help you progress as a runner

Be a Happier Runner

Simple ways to change your running routine to be a happier runner

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