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)!
To help you find the perfect pair, we invited the Swiss running company On to answer the questions you have been dying to know about running shoes.
With the new wrist-based running power, the power vs heart rate question is puzzling many runners: What are the differences and should you favor one over the other?
Read Polar running coach Nick Anderson’s thoughts on how to get the final 10-12 weeks of your marathon preparation right.
If you feel like you’re running in a rut, consider these myth-busting action points on how to become a better runner – and more importantly, take action!
Must-read success stories from runners just like you, sharing their dreams and running inspiration.
It’s totally doable to be your own running coach but to start off on the right track, take a look at these tips on motivation, tools and resources for self-coached runners from a world-class endurance runner Calum Neff.
Here are 5 reasons why hiring a running coach might be useful for runners of all levels and how to find the right running coach for you.
To help you boost your running motivation and find support, we tested these five running apps on harsh winter roads to find out what each running community has to offer.
How can you build a running training plan without hiring a coach? Triathlon coach Greg Mueller breaks down how to personalize your plan with helpful tools, resources and metrics.
While the answer to “What to eat before running?” will vary between individuals, these three questions will help you nail pre-run nutrition.
Running coach and “myth buster” Sandy Ziya clarifies seven misconceptions about strength training for runners. See if you’re holding on to any of these myths.
A physicist-turned-endurance expert Alex Hutchinson sheds light on how to choose a running plan that matches your needs.
Bored of running? Read how a running background can translate into a successful OCR career and how newcomers can get into this muddy sport.
A half marathon always takes some serious training and preparation to complete, but what does it take if you’re diagnosed with a disease like MS?
Set yourself up for success in future training and races with this simple post-race recovery routine the day after your race. The Run Experience advises us how to get the blood flowing and reintroduce motion in the joints!
Running coach John Honerkamp sheds light on how to get started with running and which mistakes you absolutely need to avoid.
Here’s how to measure running power – straight from the wrist – and how to use it for interval training and hill running.
Apply these 10 marathon tips and get ready to have an awesome race.
Are you making this biggest mistake when it comes to stretching?
Building the strength to run all the way to the top is just a hop, skip, and a jump away – literally.