Category Archives: in the news

Running Less to Run Better – a GlobalNews Interview

“Global News: A lot of coaches will advise people who want to take up running that if you want to get better at running, run more. What’s your problem with that approach? Jeff Horowitz:Well, that’s certainly true up to a … Continue reading

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Smart Marathon Training: Which Kinds of Crosstraining Are Best for Runners?

Jeff Horowitz was a long-time contributor to Competitor magazine and now the magazine’s website is running excerpts from Jeff’s new book Smart Marathon Training. If you haven’t picked up the book yet to begin your marathon or half-marathon training for … Continue reading

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Smart Marathon Training: Why Runners Should Crosstrain

Jeff Horowitz was a long-time contributor to Competitor magazine and now the magazine’s website is running excerpts from Jeff’s new book Smart Marathon Training. If you haven’t picked up the book yet to begin your marathon or half-marathon training for … Continue reading

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Smart Marathon Training Is Knowing When to Say When

Jeff Horowitz was a long-time contributor to Competitor magazine and now the magazine’s website is running excerpts from Jeff’s new book Smart Marathon Training. If you haven’t picked up the book yet to begin your marathon or half-marathon training for … Continue reading

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Smart Marathon Training: Trash the Junk Miles Simply by Making Each Workout Count

Jeff Horowitz was a long-time contributor to Competitor magazine and now the magazine’s website is running excerpts from Jeff’s new book Smart Marathon Training. If you haven’t picked up the book yet to begin your marathon or half-marathon training for … Continue reading

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