endurance training

Ultrarunner Micah True, known to many as Caballo Blanco, died in March on a training run. Was his death indicative of the dangers of ultrarunning? Science takes a look.
New research shows a training method known as 10-20-30 results in faster running with less training time. Improve performance despite your busy schedule.
I have four levels of training – rest, recovery, fluffy, and full. There are reasons for each and even different levels within “full” that need to be explained.
As Andrew's Ironman training continues he fights two of the biggest obstacles for endurance athletes - boredom and injury. Find out how he is adjusting his training to deal with both.
It is a fact that heavy resistance training increases our susceptibility to getting hemorrhoids. But having them doesn't mean you have to stop training - learn how to alleviate and/or prevent them.
The journey for Ironman Melbourne 2013 begins. Find out why I plan to do a lot of kettlebell swings and get ups in preparation...and also WHY this race is so important to me.
Whether you're a seasoned endurance athlete or an absolute beginner, these articles and workouts are sure to provide all the information and inspiration you need to go the distance!
Hindsight really is 20/20. I made a lot of mistakes when I first started training. These are some of the tips I wish someone had given me when I first started down this endurance path.
After not cycling in 4 years, I decided to sign up for a 1,000km ride with only 3 months to train. I made some mistakes and learned a lot. There were good days and bad. But overall, it was amazing.
Clearly marathon running is an endurance event, not a strength sport. For a marathoner, what advantage is it to be able to lift more weight? As it turns out, it can actually be a significant benefit.
Indoor rowing is rapidly gaining popularity among recreational and elite athletes. Rowing specific gyms like Josh Crosby’s Indo-Row, are now popping up around the country.
The sport of ultrarunning is becoming more popular today, as athletes search for new ways to challenge themselves in competition and training.
Is the age old "talk test" actually a good measure of heart rate and exertion? A new study reveals the answer.