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 learn to run properly, like a pro, focus on these three areas: running form, mental preparation and recovery from running.
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 if you want to become a better runner. Here’s how.
If you want to become a runner, but not sure how to start running, take a look at these tips for beginner runners from double Olympian Eilish McColgan.
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.
Here’s why cool-down exercises are a crucial part of training and 5 essential cool-down moves everyone should master and do after each workout.
Whether your running race goal is a to complete a 5K or an ultramarathon, consider these five point before signing up for a race.
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.
Stair workouts are a great strength and endurance-based addition to your training. Here’s what you should know before adding stair climbing to your routine.
Being mentally ready for a race is as important as making sure your body and gear are tuned up. Here’s how pros get mentally prepared for race day.
Nothing ruins a runner’s high like a bad bout of chafing on the run. Here are some of the best product and hacks to prevent chafing – recommended by runners.
Even professional athletes experience waning running motivation. Read how pro runner Molly Huddle gets through periods of low motivation – and how she brings it back.
It can be tempting to run the same loop of your neighborhood every day. So, here are a few ways to switch up your routine and find a new running route.
Power talk is only for cyclists and triathletes, right? Not necessarily. Here’s what runners should know about running power.
Negative splitting is one way to finish your next race strong – and fast. Here are 3 workouts to train you to run negative splits.
Here’s the “what and why” of some of the most common running injuries with how to recover from and prevent these five running injuries.
When running is your job, recovery is all in a day’s work. Here’s how U.S. Olympian Molly Huddle recovers after running.
What is an ultramarathon and is it something you should consider training for? Let’s break down everything you need to know before clicking that oh-so-tempting ultra race registration button.