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Your running game is on point, and you’re ready to take it to the next level and start working toward a race (go you!). Maybe you even want to take your (fitness) show on the road.

Westin Hotels & Resorts has a secret weapon to help you: the head of its runWESTIN program, Chris Heuisler. And Heuisler, a sub-3 marathoner and in-demand running coach, will be sharing his expert knowledge on running—and traveling for races—with Well+Good readers in a content series rolling out this summer.

Believe us, this guy has the goods when it comes to hitting a new personal record—as well as hitting the road to achieve it. In addition to his global role at Westin, Heuisler has been on a mission to run marathons in all 50 states, and he’ll be sharing his expert advice with Well+Good readers on:

• Six races that are worth getting on a plane for: three picks for having a good time, and three picks for running a good time.

How to keep your running game on point while you’re traveling: Heuisler’s advice on finding time to hit the road—and have fun while you do it.

Ready to get your bags packed? For more information on Westin Hotels & Resorts’ RunWESTIN program, visit westin.com/MOVEWELL