Training

Winter Training: Making This Your Most Effective Off-Season Yet
Winter Training: Making This Your Most Effective Off-Season Yet
on November 21
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A look at how to have an effective running off season.


Kerrie Bruxvoort Pre-2013 Speedgoat 50k Interview
Kerrie Bruxvoort Pre-2013 Speedgoat 50k Interview
on July 26
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An interview with Kerrie Bruxvoort before the 2013 Speedgoat 50k.


Your Ultra-Training Bag of Tricks: Sprint-Based, Hill, and Predictor Workouts
Your Ultra-Training Bag of Tricks: Sprint-Based, Hill, and Predictor Workouts
on August 7
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How, when, and why to include sprint-based, hill, and predictor workouts in your ultramarathon training.


Your Ultra-Training Bag of Tricks: Speed-Based Workouts
Your Ultra-Training Bag of Tricks: Speed-Based Workouts
on July 3
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Why and how to use speed-based workouts in your ultramarathon training.


It's Time To Run Your First Ultramarathon!
It's Time To Run Your First Ultramarathon!
on September 17
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Folks, I apologize for the slow week on iRunFar. After pacing at and covering the Wasatch 100 last Friday, I


A Plea to Dean Karnazes – Take a Break!
on August 30
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[Update: While the below is a sincere plea to Mr. Karnazes, the broader purpose of the post is to highlight


Runners, New Activities, and Injury

As runners, we tend to be pretty confident in our physical fitness … and we should be. Many of us


Food for Marathon des Sables
on March 23
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A sample nutritional plan for running the Marathon des Sables.


Heat Acclimation for Runners: A Coach’s Analysis
on February 26
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Trail runners and ultramarathoners are groups that like to take on challenges. The tougher, the better, right? In a quest


How to Run Trails!
How to Run Trails!
on December 17
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“How to Run Trails!” That’s about as ambitious a post title as you’ll ever see here at iRunFar… but today