5 Steps to Set Attainable Goals

It’s easy to just say, “Some day, I want to do XYZ.”  But this isn’t really the best way to do it.  Here are...

Lululemon to Help Runners Before and After Finish Line

Although the Bank of America Chicago Marathon course is very accessible for spectators to view at any point, it’s known that miles 18-24 are typically...

Strength Training is Critical for Endurance Athletes

Chicago is home to an enormous endurance athlete community.  With dozens of thriving clubs and hundreds of individual races throughout the year (including the...

A History Lesson on the Bank of America Chicago Marathon

Every October, runners from around the world flock to Chicago to run the renowned Bank of America Chicago Marathon; beginning in 1977 as a...

Everyday Athlete: Heather Freed

Heather Freed has been competitive in all parts of her life from school to athletics. At 13, she joined the middle school track team as...

Racing Tactics: Guidelines for Bridging the Gap Between You and Other Competitors

Some of the largest benefits you can have in the upper echelons of bike racing are to have good tactics and race strategy. Once you...

10 Tips for Bank of America Chicago Marathon Spectators

“One-point-seven million spectators who go nuts for everyone all day long,” will line the city’s streets for this year’s Bank of America Chicago Marathon,...

Take Recovery Seriously

No training plan is complete without a good recovery plan. It may seem “best” to train every day of the week, but this can...

October Athletes of the Month: Tony Bleull and Jacqueline Godbe

Tony Bleull Tony Bleull’s running career started as early as grade school, and he also ran at Putnam County High School. Come college, Bleull was...

Online Community Designed to Encourage Women of All Ages to Participate in Triathlon

With female participation in the sport of triathlon hovering around 37 percent, 2015 North American Ironman Champion Angela Naeth is launching a platform designed to encourage...