Whether you’re a seasoned marathoner, enthusiastic trail runner, or a beginner starting to train for your first 5K, these running tips, tricks and tools will help you get ready, set… run (and cross the finish line)!
Learn it from pros who prefer low heart rate training over high-intensity workouts and tell us why and how they do most of their training in HR zone 2.
“Do as I say, not what I did” and other pro tips on how to prevent running injuries from triathlete Kaisa Sali.
How much of marathon success depends on the mind? Sports psychologist Andy Lane advises how to prepare for a marathon using specific mental prep strategies.
Let’s face it, not all runners are early risers, but here’s pro triathlete Jocelyn McCauley’s tips on how you can learn to enjoy running in the morning.
Endurance expert Alex Hutchinson shares his thoughts on combining strength training and running workouts to build a more well-rounded training plan.
Use these tips to do a smart pre-run warm-up to be ready to rock your race or training run.
If you’re a runner looking to spice up your training, these three cycling workouts for runners are a great way to supplement your training regimen.
If you’re looking to vary your training, here are two stair workouts for runners you can integrate into your training routine right now.
Cross training with cycling is a great way to get faster and stay injury-free. Use this five-step guide to understand the basics of cycling for runners.
These three tips will help you transition from road running to trail running. Here’s what you need to know when you start trail running.
Looking to test your physical and mental limits? These 10 trail races are without a doubt some of the absolute toughest in the world.
If you’re a runner, here’s why you should add swimming into your training routine and how to get the most out of your swimming workouts.
Pro triathlete Tim Don shares four mental elements that will help you build a strong mindset and follow through on your running goals.
Read how this ambitious runner used wrist-based running power and other features on the Polar Vantage V to run a sub-3 marathon.
So, you’ve read all the top tips on how to train for a marathon but do you know what you should NOT do?
Smart recovery is essential after a marathon or any big race. Follow these tips on how to recover from a race to keep some of the post-race soreness at bay.
Two running power experts explain how to do a post-training analysis on running power: What should you look for in running power data to help you improve?
Ready to book a race-cation? Whether going across the country or across the world for a race, here are 8 factors to consider when traveling for races.
The right nutrition is key in race day success. Here’s triathlete and Master of Human Nutrition Kaisa Sali’s pro tips on what to eat on race day.
Need help? Yeah, you do! Here’s how hiring a running expert (coach, PT, physical therapist) can work wonders even for experienced self-taught runners.