FIRST® Features

  1. "RUN THIS WAY: Group runs are on track in downtown Greenville, by John Boyanoski, The Greenville Journal.
  2. "You Can Run a Marathon, " by Nicholas Stein, Parade Online, Nov. 4, 2009.
  3. "Motivation For the Long Run," that's fit.com, June 2009
  4. "The Benefits of Cross Training," New York Times, June 2009.
  5. "Running a Marathon From the Inside Out," Medill News, Northwestern University, June 2009|
  6. "Run Less. Run Faster? For Marathon Training, less can be more, experts say," Chicago Tribune.com, May 2009
  7. "Eugene of the East," GO, April 2009
  8. "Instant Ironman," National Geographic Adventure, Mar. 2009
  9. "Treine Menos, Corra Mais Rapido," Contra Relogio, Aug. 2008
  10. "Train Smart For the Long Run," GO, June 2008
  11. "The Slacker's Guide To Running," Men's Journal, September 2007
  12. "Road Tested," Runner's World, July 2007
  13. "Fast Results," Runner's World, June 2007
  14. "Don't Be So Quick to Hit The Road, One Program Says," New York Times, May 31, 2007
  15. "Modern Marathoners Have Fewer Miles On Them," New York Times, May 31, 2007
  16. "Book By Furman Professors Details Maximum Training," Greenville News, May 30, 2007
  17. "Running Safely Into Middle Age," Business Week, May 2007
  18. "Read It and Reap," Women's Health, April, 2007
  19. "Stronger In the Long Run," Runner's World, Nov, 2006
  20. "What's The Best Pace For Your Long Runs," Runner's World, Sept. 2006
  21. "Three Radical," Runner's World - Australian Edition, May/June 2006
  22. "Fitness First," Furman Magazine, Spring 2006
  23. "Half Marathon Made Easy," Runner's World, Mar. 2006
  24. "Three Radical, " Runner's World - United Kingdom Edition, Feb. 2006
  25. "The 3-Day Marathon Plan," Runner's World - South African Edition, Oct. 2005
  26. "The Less Is More Marathon Plan," Runner's World, Aug. 2005
  27. "What's The Perfect Workout," Runner's World, Dec. 2004
  28. "Boost Your Endurance," Runner's World, Oct. 2003
  29. "FIRST in Smart Training," GO, June 2011

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