- Nike Running Blog Events — Find Chicago Marathon Training schedules, upcoming womens Marathons, and more. From Nike Running.
- Runner’s World Virtual Training Coach — Answer a few questions and get a personalized training schedule. From Runner’s World.
- Training Log (free) — Easy-to-use calendar lets you plan workouts in advance and track details for your completed run, bike, swim, cross training and other fitness workouts. From Active Trainer.
- Kara Goucher: Boston Marathon workout — Follow Kara on this video for a 20 mile workout w/ commentary from Alberto Salazar.
- Cyber PT — Exercises for Plantar Fasciitis along w/ good videos of how to stretch, treat, etc. From Cyber PT.
Videos from YouTube:
- Lower Back Pain for Runners: Part 1
- Lower Back Pain for Runners: Part 2
- Lower Back Pain for Runners: Part 3
- Map My Run (become member with this link and get access to Free Running Cue Sheets and Printed Running Maps): Easily plot maps of your runs, search for runs or routes quickly, keep track of your routes including distances, and even calculate how many calories you’ve burned on one route versus another!
- Daniels Running Formula: Running Calculator: suggested training paces
- McMillan Running Calculator to determine optimal training paces and performance goals
- Marathon Guide – Marathon Search – Search for upcoming marathons. Get Marathon Reviews. From Marathon Guide.
- Marathon Guide – Runner Result Search — Search for any runner’s results. From Marathon Guide.
- Pace Chart Part 1 and Part 2 — Know the right pace for a 5K, 10K and up to a Marathon. From Runner’s World.
- Pace Race Band — This tool lets you type in desired time and print a race band. From Clif Bar.
- Boston Marathon Qualfying Times — See both men’s and women’s times needed. From Boston Athletic Association.
- ING NY City Marathon has qualifying times! Bypass the lottery with guaranteed entry if you qualify.
- “Right” music can increase performance: Good article from Run the Planet detailing studies that show the benefits of running with music matched to your pace/cadence.
- Bold Pace Music: Check out our running music playlists that are specifically designed for running marathons. All songs are either inspirational, about running, or just fun with a great beat. Songs are chosen w/ BPM (beats per minute) to match your running pace and ensure that you do not subconsciously slow down to the beat of a song.
- Triathlete Music–How music can improve athletic performance: See video below. It’s not just about running…it works in the gym, on a bike and during a swim too (see waterproof ipod– review and/or purchase). Here’s a great video by the BBC (published 7/28/10) that documents a study done on triathletes that shows how music allows for longer training w/ less perception of effort.