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 hills a great way to build strength and speed. Read more about how hill running will help you run better and faster and try these quick tips.
If you want to become a better runner, monitoring your running cadence can be a powerful tool.
These four essential post-run stretches for glutes, hamstrings, calfs and hips will help to relieve some of the post-run muscle soreness and boost recovery.
Steve Williams has traveled the world, running full marathons on all seven continents. Read Steve’s travel tips for runners and draw inspiration from his travel photos.
Seasoned runners reveal how they learned – the hard way – to avoid the most common marathon mistakes. Race smarter with their advice.
Get started with interval training with these 12-week running workouts plans for beginners and advanced runners.
Work on your running form and technique with these videos that offer specific visual guidance on how to run better, faster and safer.
Pro triathletes from the BMC-Etixx team reveal their tips for runners. Watch the videos and learn more about recovery, stretching and getting ready for a race.
Calculate your pace or finish time for any distance: 5K, 10K, half marathon and marathon. Calculate for miles or kilometers. Enter any two values to calculate the third: time, distance or pace.
Your heart rate when running will fluctuate from day to day due to external factors. Learn more about what factors affect your running heart rate.
Try these five essential, but simple, dynamic stretches before running to mobilize your muscles.
Whether you’re a beginner or a professional, setting the right goals can have a major impact on your performance.
Incorporating strength training into your running training is key. Get started with these five essential strength exercises for runners.
Skipping, tripling, lunges… Running drills will help you improve your running technique. We put together a list of 5 different running drills and some awesome animated gifs to show you how to do them.
Here’s how to get started with the Polar Running Program – it’s personal, it’s adaptive and it’s free!