Beginner Triathlete - Run articles

author : gsmacleod
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photoTaking the time to have your running form analyzed can help many athletes run further, faster or both!
author : mikericci
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photoThe misconception of LSD is that it’s easy. What I have learned over the years is that LSD or "running slow" is relative to each person.
author : smeeko
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photoDiscover the joys of trail running while also giving your body many benefits.
author : mbologna
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photoOne way to improve your speed is to do track work that totals the time and distance goal. The idea is to slowly condition your body to be comfortable at your goal pace.
author : Team BT
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photoHeart rate zone training can be challenging when trying to limit your running to a specific zone.
author : alicefoeller
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photoA comprehensive look at a controversial trend-- for triathletes like you
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photoHow to run stronger with lower risk of injury.
author : Team BT
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photoDifference between marathon and half-marathon extreme
author : Mike Jones
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photo5 Strength Exercises You Should Add to Your Training for a Marathon
author : AMSSM
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photoSports medicine doc weighs in on the pros and cons of barefoot running
author : greggseltzer
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photoWhy barefoot running is not suited for the average runner.
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photoHow do you incorporate marathon training into a triathlon training plan?
author : Team BT
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photoIs 180 the magic number?
author : mikericci
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photoOne of the hardest races to ‘pace’ is a half marathon. We know a 5k is pretty much a ‘best effort’ type of race and a marathon is usually run at a long run pace - what about in the middle?
author : mikericci
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photoStudies have shown a correlation between pedaling at a high cadence and running at a high cadence, which leads to faster running. The shorter your ground contact time , the less chance for injury.
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