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How to Get Great Sleep the Night Before Your Marathon

How to Get Great Sleep the Night Before Your Marathon: Prerace jitters are common for everyone, even marathon pros.

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How to Deal with Prerace Anxiety

How to Deal with Prerace Anxiety - This article gives great advice! Prerace anxiety can affect even the most seasoned runners. Definitely using this advice in races to come.

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5 Common Pre-Race Nutrition Blunders

5 Common Pre-Race Nutrition Blunders Finding the right food when you are a runner is important. The worse thing you can do however, is not eat. Here are some common mistakes made before a race.

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I’m a Runner: Nathan Sawaya

Prerace Sniffles: Should I Take a Cold Reliever?

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How to Injure Yourself Like a Pro

How to Injure Yourself Like a Pro...so absolutely necessary to read when setting running goals

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Build a Better Knee

Build A Stronger Knee: Injury prevention tips from Runner's Worl | Runner's World

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The Best and Worst Pre-Run Foods

Best and Worst Pre-Run Foods #runningtips

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Run Longer

Overview: How to Run for 60 Minutes | Runner's World. 7wk program. should be running at least 150min per week for 6 wks before starting

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How to Avoid 8 Common Race Day Mistakes

Man stretching on the ground before a race

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How do I Strengthen the Muscles to Prevent Shin Splints?

How do I Strengthen the Muscles to Prevent Shin Splints? Annoyed that I already do all these and I still had a problem....

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The 5 Most Common Running Injuries and How to Fix Them

Exertional Compartment Syndrome: what it is and how runners can fix it

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The Right Stuff?

Five prerace nutrition mistakes—and how to keep them from ruining your big day.

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How to Train for a Marathon on Three Days Per Week

Hi, Jenny. I'm training for my fourth marathon, and I find that if I run more than three times per week, I get injured. Is it possible to train for a marathon and improve my time on three days per week? ~ DavidWhat a great question, David. The short answer is yes, it is possible to both train for a marathon and improve your time.