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The Authority on FAST for dedicated, passionate and informed runners—from high school and college athletes to competitive runners on the trails, roads and at races. Each issue provides top-level training and racing advice, proven workouts, inspiration and insider information from the world’s best runners to help you achieve your best running performance.


RUNNING TIMES MAY/JUNE 2015 ISSUE NOW AVAILABLE!

•Long But Not Always Slow
The long run is the staple of all training plans, but when, where and how to complete the weekly distance varies, depending on goals and race schedules. Learn the purpose of each type of long run—easy, progression and tempo—and how to properly integrate each into your training to propel you to new personal records.

•Running According to Mr. DeMarathon
Everything you thought you knew about training, form and nutrition? It was discovered, in 1937, by Clarence DeMar, seven-time winner of the Boston Marathon.

• Tough Terrain
We talk to the pioneers and the current competitors, plus long-time race directors, coaches, and corporate sponsors to investigate these issues and hear, firsthand, what the ultimate obstacles are for women in ultra. What do they hope to change and how? Where do they see the future of the sport going? Plus Ultra Women to Watch: snapshots, highlights, and quotes about what draws them to ultra and what challenges they face.

•Is 100 Miles the New Marathon?
Has the distance become the bucket-list item of a new generation? Are runners properly preparing and respecting the training that should go into completing the distance? A feature that includes voices like Anna Frost, Sage Canaday and Magdalena Boulet, who have been cautious about jumping to that distance. (And why did they wait?)

•Trail Shoe Guide

Today’s trail shoes are light, nimble and specifically designed to protect your feet without getting in the way as you dance over the terrain.

•A Running Life
The second edition of RT's new series "A Running Life" we talk with ultrarunning pioneer, record-holder and legend Ann Trason.

•AND...news, gear, owner's manual, high school, college, masters and more. Running Times Magazine Subscriptions available though iTunes: 

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