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The Five Most Read Trail Runner Articles in September

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by David Roche

Kilian Jornet, aka the greatest of all time, has just released a summary of his training data and practices for all of 2022. His article is intended to be a legendary guide to thinking about the theory of training and what it takes to have the best season ever. Let’s break it down.

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by Jason Fitzgerald

In the last Performance Corner, we learn that developing endurance is developing “capacity”. But what does it look like? Our expert strength running trainer, Jason Fitzgerald, explains.

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by David Roche

Eliud Kipchoge has just set a stunning world record in the Berlin Marathon, running 2:01:09 to beat his own mark by 30 seconds. Analyzing his training to become the GOAT of the marathon could provide fascinating insights for all athletes.

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by Fara Rosenzweig

Diagnosis is tricky and can easily be mistaken for sciatica, and it’s one of the most common running injuries.

by Brian Metzler

With record-breaking descents and a deep love for the mountain, Colorado-based Mascarenas overcame her unhealthy habits and injuries to become the queen of Pikes Peak.