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Post running articles in our community submissions section. Blog about your running, biking, swimming or triathlon experience and get published on our website. We accept product reviews, workout & training information or programs and nutritional topics. We also love to read and post your stories from your triathlon experiences. So if you dream of being a published writer or if you're and expert or business owner looking to get your name out there in the running community, writing on Amateur Endurance is the way to do it.

Guide to Mountain Bike Pedals

Many people get a mountain bike and don’t think at all about the pedals. If you come from a road cycling background then you are probably introduced to the... Read More...

Kettlebells Workouts

In recent years, I've become a proponent of strength development using body weight or very minimal equipment. The benefits of strength training without colossal and complicated machines include variety in movements, development... Read More...

The Sour Taste of Victory

By Coleman Barney I was standing in the tropical heat of the Ironman 70.3 Hawaii, transitioning from the bike to the run and I was digging through my transition bag. As soon as... Read More...

Running For A Reason

I used to say that I had only one marathon in me—maybe two, if I somehow managed to pull off my highly unrealistic goal of qualifying for the Boston Marathon with my... Read More...

The Western States (Half) Story

I woke at 3:45. Three alarms had been set, but only one went off. Everything was laid out in the hotel room from the night before. I flicked on the lights, pushed... Read More...

My Marathon Story

by Surfdog456 Since I was a little kid it has always been a dream of mine to run in the Boston Marathon. I guess it is one of those things on... Read More...

2012 IM St. George Race Report

Half way through BUDS training (the infamous navy SEAL training) while the students of class 226 where on an easy day, two instructors trash there room. I mean destroy it!  The students... Read More...

All I Ever Need to Know About Life I Learned from Triathlons

By:  Susan DuPont What is the best piece of triathlon advice you’ve ever been given?  When I first began doing triathlons eight years ago, I didn’t know a brick from a fartlek, so... Read More...

The Dirty Side of Mud Running

With the rainy season rapidly approaching, some of the local trails have become one big mud fest. During runs right after a heavy rain, it's possible to slip into some deep, thick... Read More...

Running Dogs

For years, mans' best friend has been the running partner of choice for many endurance athletes. Their strength, loyalty and enthusiasm make them perfect to hit the roads or trails with. While... Read More...