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)!
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.
What is running cadence anyway and is it really all that important? Is a high running cadence always better? These and more questions answered by a coach.
Running coach Holly Martin takes a look at how incorrect hip position can cause the lower back to arch, the problems this can cause and how to fix it.
If you’re new to trail running, check out this list of seven “must knows” before you head for the trails.
If you’re struggling with getting strength and mobility exercises done, check out these LES MILLS training plans for runners and do it in a group!
Ditch the treadmill! There are some real and researched benefits of taking your run out into the wilderness. Here are five to start with.
If you’re ready to put in the work, picking up the pace will be doable and fun. To run faster, start maximizing your potential with these coach-approved workouts.
Is there really an ideal time of day to run? Here’s what John Kenworthy, running coach at Siena College, has to say about the “early birds vs. night owls” debate.
What does it take to make running with a jogging stroller successful? Here’s the best advice from Abby Bales, PT, DPT, CSCS and a mom of two.
Heed this advice from parents who have experience in running with kids. Here they share what they’ve learned on the run.
Running Coach Ryan McCann lists three things (with a bonus tweak) all runners need to know about breathing on the run.
How to run longer and farther? You’ll find a million different answers to this question but here’s one that really works for adding mileage to your runs.
Here’s what Physical Therapist Emmi Aguillard says about barefoot running – and whether it’s something you should consider.
PT Lucy Young (with firsthand experience of hip surgery) explains why you should stop focusing only on your feet when running and how you can start strengthening your hips.
Can you keep up with the pace of the fastest runners? Take a peek into your fellow runners’ running data (anonymized, of course).
This is a must-read for all self-coached runners: Calum Neff’s top picks for reading material, online resources and recommended workouts.