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Race Endurance Resources

Below are top resources on SparkPeople for Race Endurance.

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5 Fitness Feats that are Worth the Training

We all know how important goal setting is to reaching our dreams. From walking four times a week to eating more fruits and veggies, declaring your healthy intentions is an awesome way to make positive changes in your life. But if you’re lo...  Read more

Moving Forward with the Run/Walk Training Method

I started running as a way to lose weight, get fit and most of all to prove to my 6th grade P.E. teacher that I could run. Once I ran my first race, I was hooked. I love the challenge of running, and although not every run is joyful, running is my pa...  Read more

Post-Marathon Recovery Tips

Running a marathon can be one of the greatest and most challenging experiences of your life.   I can’t say that I always love training for these races, but the feeling of accomplishment I experience when I cross the finish line is lik...  Read more

Are Your Fitness Goals Realistic?

In life, we're told to dream big. Reach for the stars. Go for the gold. While I think everyone would agree that having big aspirations is admirable not to mention inspiring, you should take a more calculated approach when setting fitness goals. I...  Read more

Get Results with Interval Training

I used to be a competitive long distance runner. Day in and day out I’d run mile upon mile, training for the next big race. Some days it meant running a six or seven mile loop that included several (seemingly endless) hills. Other days, I warme...  Read more

So I've definitely have the endurance now to jog!!
Updated 7/17/2016 4:10:36 PM

So I've definitely have the endurance now to jog!! Great since I've been power walking. However, this poor knee does not like it at all. The pain is definitely worst than walking. But I've rested for like 5 days I felt fine. Idk but I'll keep it goin...  Read more

Slow and steady wins the race! I started last year at 163. It did not come off my almost 60 year old
Updated 7/10/2016 2:27:16 PM

Slow and steady wins the race! I started last year at 163. It did not come off my almost 60 year old body easily, but I am now 140 and lost 6 inches off my hips, 9 off my waist, and 6 1/2 off my bust. My goal is 128 ... Best news-nothing fits :)...  Read more

Slow and steady wins the race!!!
Updated 7/8/2016 1:48:25 PM

Slow and steady wins the race!!!...  Read more

Good luck. Enjoy the race
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Good luck. Enjoy the race...  Read more

So I'm looking to start training for a spartan race. Has anyone else done one? Do you have a work ou
Updated 6/30/2016 9:52:16 PM

So I'm looking to start training for a spartan race. Has anyone else done one? Do you have a work out routine that you follow? I've been trying to find a workout routine but can't. I would love to hear some one else's experiences. Help 😊...  Read more

Persevere

Just do a little bit more each day and you will get stronger and gain endurance....  Read more

How I squeeze in exercise

10 squats while brushing teethleg lifts while on phoneextra trip up the stairs for the endurance...  Read more

Road Runners

This is for anyone currently running road races or wanting to as one of your goals....  Read more

Refueling on the Run

I am in the midst of training for a number of fall races which commences with the Chicago Rock N Roll 1/2 Marathon this Sunday and ends with the Las Vegas Rock N Roll 1/2 Marathon on December 5th. Throw in the Hood to Coast Relay at the end of this m...  Read more

Inspiring Woman: Triathlete and Two-Time Breast Cancer Survivor

Editor's Note (Nicole Nichols): I've had the pleasure of competing against Laurah Turner in multiple local races (and by "competing" I mean "watching her leave me in the dust"). I always found her athletic achievements adm...  Read more