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Eliud Kipchoge just set a mind-boggling world record at the Berlin Marathon, running 2:01:09 to break his own mark by 30 seconds. Analyzing his training to become the GOAT in the marathon could provide fascinating insights for all athletes.
In The Performance Corner, our expert strength running coach Jason Fitzgerald explains that training regimens for road racing have been honed to a science, and trail runners can learn a lot from them about improving performance.