30 Dec '15, 4pm

5 keys to mastering winter training and racing

Regardless, we runners will continue to run. We have to. You want to run a good half in March, a strong Boston in April? You can't afford to wait until Presidents' Day weekend to start training. And while a couple of weeks off from running every so often can be beneficial—and the middle of January is a better time than most—do you really want to be sucking wind in April, regretting the loss of all that hard-won fitness you had back in November? There are plenty of serious runners, in some of the coldest climates in the U.S., who find ways to train through the dead of winter. They get their mileage, maintain their fitness and emerge race-ready in spring. You can, too. If you'd like to follow in their double-layered footsteps, here's some advice on how to stay race-fit over the next two months. 1. THE ROADS ARE CLEAR SOMEWHERE: GO FIND THEM For many in the Northeast, last wi...

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