As Hard as 1, 2, 3: Road Speed Work Sets

If you want to race fast, you need to run fast. But, not all of us can (or want) to get to a track to do our speed work. When running on the road, measuring exact distances can be tricky, especially when satellites don’t want to cooperate. This workout helps you adapt your speed work[…]

A Track Runner Goes Long: 2013 Atlantic City Half Marathon Race Report

We are pleased to feature this race report from Tim Byrne, who completed his first half-marathon at the Atlantic City Half Marathon, on October 13, 2013. Tim joined No Limits at the end of the summer, and his ultimate goal is to complete Ironman Lake Placid in 2015. Next season, he’ll complete his first half-iron[…]

Finding Your Zone – Training with Heart Rate

There are a variety of metrics you can – and should – use when tracking your training. For purposes of tracking your intensity – from easy to very hard – or for tracking your progress based on how much effort you’re putting in versus how much speed you are getting out, heart rate is one[…]

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