Long Slow Distance Run | What Does LSD Mean in Training?

Long Slow Distance Run | What Does LSD Mean in Training?

If you’re preparing for a long distance race, you’ll likely find a recurring theme in your training plans: long slow distance. Long slow distance runs, sometimes referred to as LSD, are a staple in many running training plans – and for good reason. What is a long slow distance run (LSD)? A long slow distance … Read More

How to Run Long Distance | 10 Tips for Long Distance Running

How to Run Long Distance | 10 Tips for Long Distance Running

Long distance running sounds intimidating when you’re first beginning. When a mile or two feels like a struggle, it’s hard to imagine that running double digit mileage could ever feel normal. However, running long distances can actually come naturally with the right training. How to run long distances? Ah, the golden question. Most runners find … Read More

7 Running Mistakes: The Worst Things to Do During a Long Run

7 Running Mistakes: The Worst Things to Do During a Long Run

Updated: May 28, 2020 It’s common to make a few running mistakes during training, even if you’re a seasoned runner. Mistakes help us learn, grow and develop a strategy for success. However, there are a few things that you should always avoid doing during a long run. Long distance running is a physically taxing sport, … Read More

A Guide to Long Run Recovery: What to Do Post-Run

A Guide to Long Run Recovery: What to Do Post-Run

With fall right around the corner, the ideal time for running is quickly approaching. After an intense summer running season, fall brings some welcomed relief. The transition to fall running season means seeing tons of distance races and an increase in training mileage. With all this mileage comes some of the most overlooked aspects of … Read More

25k Training Recap: Week 10

25k Training Recap: Week 10

Happy Marathon Monday! Anyone else planning to watch the Boston Marathon today?! One of my friends is running this morning and she is crazy fast (she is starting with the elites!). I am excited to cheer on all those awesome runners! Today brings to a close week 10 of 25k training. I can’t believe 10 … Read More