Endurance training, muscular endurance, cardiovascular endurance

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The best thing about endurance training is that no matter what your sport, hobby or fitness plans are, there are so many ways to increase your endurance.

Whether you’re a runner, swimmer or love the outdoor sports, improving your endurance can help push your fitness goals that extra mile – and perhaps leave your competition in the dust.

Training for endurance isn’t as hard as one might think, it’s just all about taking steps towards improving (no matter how small those steps may be) and keep your focus strong.

Here are some articles and sites that can help you reach your goal no matter what your endurance training fancy may be.

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Websites and Cool Articles

Time-to-run.com
Gain an overview and tips on endurance training at time-to-run.com.

UltraCycling.com
Want to gain endurance while cycling? Check out tips from UltraCycling.com.

Ultimate Cardio Plan
The 26.2-mile Boston marathon? That's nothing. Find out what it's like to keep pace with the crazies who run 100-mile races.

To Hill and Back
Want better form? More speed? Better endurance? Check out this article from Mens Health.

Endurance Training Philosophy
Determine what works and doesn’t work when considering endurance training from ezinearticles.com

Strength Training and Endurance
Any truth to trainers gaining strength by adding sports-related endurance exercises?

Bottom Line Fitness - Endurance
Join Mike Furci and other writers as they follow news and other developments covering endurance training.

Rescue Your Cardio From Boredom
Check out Men’s Fitness guide to mountain biking, hiking, trail running and open-water swimming.

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