Rev Up to Race
Signing up for a race is a great way to motivate yourself to get more serious about running. New runners typically start with a 5K, though you may feel you’re ready to shoot for a half marathon or full marathon. Here’s how to get started safely and build up to your target mileage safely.Read more
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How can I stay hydrated when running long distance?
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