Athing Mu, 19, was the picture of a pro, winning the 800-meter Olympic Trials final in a record time.






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Athing Mu, 19, was the picture of a pro, winning the 800-meter Olympic Trials final in a record time. “It feels awesome. I knew it was within me, but it’s just great to have my name written down next to it for the next U.S. Trials to come.”

Focus,concentration is key to running marathons@runnersworld

25m25 minutes ago

Measure your training progress for any distance race with these workouts:

YOUR MAIN EVENT: MARATHON
Go-to-Goal: Improve Endurance
A comfortably hard long run builds race-specific endurance by making the body more efficient at using energy at close to goal pace, Hadley says. Do one instead of a long, slow run every three to five weeks.
Go-to-Workout: Start by running for 10 minutes at your normal long-run pace, then gradually speed up for 15 minutes until you’re 20 to 30 seconds per mile slower than goal race pace. Maintain that pace until you’ve run for a total of 60 percent of your goal marathon time (e.g., two hours and 24 minutes for a 4:00 marathon). Lengthen it each time you do the run to a maximum of 80 percent of your goal race time or three hours, whichever is shorter.

Focus,concentration is key to running marathons@runnersworld

25m25 minutes ago

Measure your training progress for any distance race with these workouts:

YOUR MAIN EVENT: MARATHON
Go-to-Goal: Improve Endurance
A comfortably hard long run builds race-specific endurance by making the body more efficient at using energy at close to goal pace, Hadley says. Do one instead of a long, slow run every three to five weeks.
Go-to-Workout: Start by running for 10 minutes at your normal long-run pace, then gradually speed up for 15 minutes until you’re 20 to 30 seconds per mile slower than goal race pace. Maintain that pace until you’ve run for a total of 60 percent of your goal marathon time (e.g., two hours and 24 minutes for a 4:00 marathon). Lengthen it each time you do the run to a maximum of 80 percent of your goal race time or three hours, whichever is shorter.

Core circuit at home..@runnersworld

runners world core circuit

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These moves will make you forget all the gyms are closed.
You Can Do This 13-Minute Core Circuit In Your Living Room—No Equipment Needed
These moves will make you forget all the gyms are closed.
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