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 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.
Elite endurance runner Calum Neff shares his tools for the self-coached runner. Check out these self-coaching tips, tricks, and technology favorites that can help any serious runner find their own success.
Whatever your distance, if you’re a runner, you’ll want to read this! RRCA-certified running coach Megan Harrington shares her pro tips for running a 5K, 10K, half marathon and marathon.
You’ve been training for months and race day has finally arrived. But something feels off… Here’s how shoes can cause marathon injuries and what to do when you notice something’s wrong in the middle of a race.
Whether you’re a first-timer or an ambitious PB chaser, these tips from a pro coach will help you achieve your goal and cross that finish line.
What are the warning signs that you’re working too hard and what to do when you find that your heart rate is too high in the middle of a run?
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?
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 signs of “shoe death”?
Here Polar running coach Nick Anderson’s tips on how to get your marathon long run training right and “put the tiger in the cat”.
To learn to run properly, like a pro, focus on these three areas: running form, mental preparation and recovery from running.