About the Running Article Archives
Our large collection of articles cover a broad range of running related topics. Many of these articles are evergreen. Further, they explore timeless subjects, and can inform runners of all levels.
You can click on “All” to browse the full feed of every article. However, to make our articles easy to discover and reference, each article belongs to a specific category. Additionally, we label each article across three dimensions, depending on the contents of the article. These dimensions are:
Specific subsets of running training theory. Examples are Cross Training, Running Power, and Training Intensity.
Persons of interests mentioned or referenced in articles. Examples include Jack Daniels and Henrik Ingebrigtsen.
All articles that cover or mention particular races, such as Midnight Sun Marathon or Berlin Marathon.
The idea is to make it easy for you to find the articles that cover the subject you want to learn more about. Say you want to learn more about training intensity, and dive into the weeds about this particular subject. One option is to navigate to the “Training” category. However, here you’ll have to sort through all articles related to running training, and manually find the ones that are related to intensity.
Another, more convenient option is going to the “Concepts” archive, and finding the “Training Intensity” entry. Clicking on the entry will lead you to a list of all articles related to training intensity. Hence, you can easily explore the topic in-depth.
Similarly, if you want to find everything we have posted regarding a certain person, you can go to the “People” archive. And, likewise, the “Races” archive if you’re looking for mentions of a particular race.
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