Ready to step up your running game? Take these tips, tricks and tools into use and start smashing your running goals.
World-class endurance runner Calum Neff shares his secrets to finding motivation as a self-coached athlete with other overarching priorities in his life.
With the right tools, you can measure your running heart rate and adjust your runs accordingly, but what actually matters and what doesn’t. Let’s break it down.
If you want to run long, fast, and strong, you need to do more than just run. Ready to supercharge your legs with strength?
Running power is not the only metric you need to look at if you want to get the full picture of your running performance. Add heart rate and use all the insight you can get with the Polar V800 and Stryd.
How should you prepare during the final four weeks before a marathon? First, reach your peak. Then, cut back and sharpen the knife.
If you already track pace, heart rate, and distance, this is why you should consider completing your running data mix with power!
Which is better: cycling or running? Why not do both? Here’s how you can benefit from both and even combine them.
Was your choice a hit-and-miss to begin with or are your shoes showing the three signs of “shoe death”?
When you enter the final 12 weeks of marathon training, the long run becomes a key focus. Running coach Nick Anderson tells us how to get the long runs right and “put the tiger in the cat”.
While most of us will never be as fast as the pros, training like one can help you tap into your full potential as a runner. Here’s how to concentrate on running form, mental toughness and recovery.
If all you want to be is a runner, why should you do anything but run? Because cross training will make you a better runner. Here’s why and how.
Here’s how you can fine-tune your training and advance from beginner to intermediate runner.
Running coach John Honerkamp recommends taking it slow when you’re starting out or getting back to running after a break.
This detailed advice will help you get past the hardest part of running, starting, and stay motivated to keep going.
Double Olympian Eilish McColgan shares her top 10 tips on how to stick to your running New Year’s resolution.
What happens when a longtime runner and avid marathoner is suddenly sidelined? Here’s how runner Alison Feller discovered a new way to sweat: power walking.
It can be tempting to skip the warm up exercises and dive right into a big workout. Here’s why you should always warm up – and exactly how to do it.
No workout is complete until you’ve sufficiently cooled down. Here’s why cool down exercises are a crucial part of training.
How does your sweat rate compare to others? Here’s what you need to know about sweat rate from Dr. Craig Feuerman, Medical Director at City Sports Medicine.
You’re going all-in on cardio, but the weight is not coming off. Why? Here are 5 reasons you’re not losing weight despite all of your running and riding.