Beginners: Just Add a Mile. Go a little farther (or faster) to reap big rewards.

A mile can be more than just 5,280 feet. For new runners, completing that first mile is a major achievement. More seasoned runners find that logging an extra mile or two per week builds stamina better than any other technique. Adding a mile’s worth of faster running...

Magic Mile Training in Hot Weather, Guest Blog by Chris Twiggs, Chief Training Officer, Galloway Training Programs

Question: I ran my first Magic Mile in 10:30 on an sunny, 84 degree day. What temperature related adjustments should I make to my MM time and subsequent training pace? Answer: While heat certainly plays a role in slowing us down during our runs, we do not...