Training

Winter Training: Making This Your Most Effective Off-Season Yet
Winter Training: Making This Your Most Effective Off-Season Yet
on November 21, 2013
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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, 2013
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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, 2012
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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, 2012
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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, 2009
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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, 2009
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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
on May 5, 2009
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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, 2009
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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, 2009
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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, 2008
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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