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All your friends are doing it — just check out the brag shots on their Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram accounts. Want in?

Stick to your training plans and take on more miles with these tips from readers who've successfully crossed the finish line.

A peanut butter shortage, for starters.

Ease your nerves (and post-race aches) with TV's funniest characters. Learn from their running mistakes, so you can avoid making them yourself.

A new study of mountain ultramarathoners finds that one type of exercise leads to faster finishes.

If it's good enough for them, it's good enough for us.

A robot boyfriend with foam roller hands? BRB. Gotta grab my credit card.

How early morning training sessions turned a solitary skeptic into a high-fiving believer.

After trying what seemed to be every trick in the book, one woman finally figured out what it takes to quit hitting the snooze button.

Looking to increase your power and speed? Try this one exercise that expertly combines strength and agility training for the best results.

Foot keep falling asleep? Nagging tooth pain?

Is it possible to train for a triathlon if you don't have access to a pool? One endurance expert thinks so, and we decided to put his technique to the test.

With 10 Half Ironman titles under her belt, Angela Naeth knows a little about triathlon training. Watch her share three simple workout tips that have helped her become the triathlete she is today.

Can barre classes help you heal a running injury? Our expert weighs in.

When you head out for an early morning run, you're pounding the pavement to improve your health, clear your head, and get ready for a productive day.

Building up to run 26.2 (or even a 10K) sounds like it requires running, running, and running some more. But it doesn't have to.

One woman decided 26.2 miles just isn't worth the glory.