4 keys to marathon pace long runs

This is part of a series of posts I’m doing focused on marathon training. To get “The .2” posts in your inbox, sign-up here!   The most important part of marathon training is the long run. And the most powerful long run to add to your training...

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3 Killer Long Run Workouts

This is part of a series of posts I’m doing focused on marathon training. To get “The .2” posts in your inbox, sign-up here!   The long run is without a doubt the most important part of your marathon training program. The endurance that the marathon requires...

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Q&A: Ok to split your long run?

This is part of a series of posts I’m doing focused on marathon training. To get “The .2” posts in your inbox, sign-up here!   Welcome to another edition of Coach Carl Q&A (submit your questions here). Let’s get to it!   QUESTION:   When work and family schedules are tight,...

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Build a Better Marathon Training Week

The way that you structure your training week has a big impact on how effective your training is. Most runners don’t take the time to think through how they structure their week, but it’s a task that can provide big dividends.   Check out this video for...

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How To Set-Up Your Marathon Training Calendar

This is part of a series of posts I’m doing focused on marathon training. To get “The .2” posts in your inbox, sign-up here!   Welcome to the fall season of “The .2” — training advice for every step of your marathon!   This season will feature a series...

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Running Form Drills: Ankling

Distance runners in general have been a little late to the running form game -- our friends in the sprint world have been way ahead of us for years! So when it comes to running form drills to help you improve, I like to look...

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Workout Lab #1: featuring Jess Tonn

I'm very excited for a new video series: the Workout Lab! Each episode, I'll interview an elite runner about their favorite workout, breakdown why it's an effective workout, and explain the modifications you should make to the workout before trying it yourself.   To kick things off,...

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Your marathon’s done … what’s next?

  As you hit the finish line of your marathon, you probably felt some mix of achievement, pride, relief, and, of course, fatigue. Months and miles of preparation culminated in your race and that may leave you feeling a little lost on your next steps. Staring...

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Marathon race week recovery

This is part of a series of posts I'm doing this spring focused on marathon training. To get these "Marathon Monday" posts in your inbox, sign-up here! Guest blog post by: Dr. Josh Glass, CCSP Georgia Sports Chiropractic; Team USA Track & Field Olympic medical staff My coach at...

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