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Why Do My Legs Fatigue Before I'm Out of Breath?

Coach Jenny suggests some training strategies to put more pep in your step.<p><i>Betty asks: I’ve read about your training philosophy to run by your breath and body, but breathing isn’t my limiting factor. My legs are. Sometimes I can be breathing easily, but my legs feel tired. Do you have any tips?</i> …

The Running & Fasting Diet: Could It Work?

The Fast Diet weight-loss book is a current sensation. An adaptation of the book's thesis might work for runners.<p>According to usually reliable sources, i.e. the <i>New York Times</i> and <i>USA Today</i>, <i>The Fast Diet</i> is about to become a national sensation. It’s already reached that status in the U.K. And you …

How To Run Your Best Marathon Pace

You don’t need a watch, a heart rate monitor, a GPS system, or a gallon of Gu.<p>Every time I look at the data from a recent study of marathon pacing, I see the same thing: blinking red lights. The study is trying to tell us something—something much more important, I believe, than the obvious fact …

10 ways you're sabotaging your workouts—and how to fix them

Long-term success in the gym is attainable if you follow standard, tried-and-true training principles and couple them with adequate dedication, …

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Knock Out Knee Pain

Protect your knees with these four tried and true training tips.<p><b>"PATELLOFEMORAL SYNDROME IN CYCLING</b> results from the undersurface of the knee cap rubbing too hard and for too many repetitions against the femur, grinding away the smooth cartilage on both," says Brian Prax, a physical therapist based …

Break the Law

Six fitness rules that you didn't know you could flout—until now<p>In a society where beliefs about exercise are either long-held or fleeting (you know, until something better comes along), it can be difficult to know if we're doing the right thing at the right time. And while some rules of fitness …