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Q&A with Hal Higdon

Each week, coach and author, Hal Higdon answers your questions about running. Here's the latest:

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Are You Training to Train, or Training to Race?

Coach Bobby McGee takes a quick look at the types of training a runner could do and what can be done to create a more balanced and effective workout approach.

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Five Things Athletes Do To Create Success

Becoming a successful athlete isn't easy, although some pros make it look that way. Here are five steps successful athletes follow to help them achieve the results they want.

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When Should You Start Your Ironman Triathlon Training?

When should you start training for an Ironman? How much time do you really need to prepare? Ben Greenfield answers.

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How Important is Anaerobic Energy in Cycling? Part 2

Using pro MTB and road racing power data from Greg Henderson and Jeremiah Bishop, coach Mike Schultz continues to explore the importance of anaerobic vs. aerobic energy systems in cycling. His findings may change the way you allocate your training time.

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How Important is Anaerobic Energy in Cycling? Part 1

It can feel like hard, anaerobic efforts are common in cycling - we certainly notice them at least! But, just how important is anaerobic vs. aerobic energy - and training - in this sport? In this two-part series coach Mike Schultz uses power data from the pros to dig into the details.

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