Training For a Self-Supported Stage Race

How a stage-racing rookie is preparing for running with a pack and long miles

Gearing Up

Developing a Training Plan Part III: Consistency

“Practice makes perfect” goes the old adage. If you want to be good at something, you have to commit your time and energy to it in order to adapt and thus experience improvement.


Lost: What to do when you realize you are off route

Nothing compares to the jilting moment when you realize you may be lost, when you realize the sun will be setting soon and you only have your tiny running pack ...



Developing a Training Plan Part II: Effort

The key elements of a successful training plan are just like the corner pieces of a jigsaw puzzle—find them and it’s easier to fill in the rest.


Run an Ultra Off the Couch

From zero to 40 in six weeks

We were sitting in the restaurant, waiting on our Thai food, when ...


A Puzzling Approach

Learn to develop a training plan


Developing a training plan for a race or an entire season is much like working a jigsaw puzzle. ...


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