A runner’s guide to the largest, strongest—and most-often-injured—tendon in the human body
When training and focus come together with the right conditions, breakthrough races are possible. Dathan Ritzenhein recalls his best race ever.
Coach Jason Fitzgerald shares his training philosophy in a new video course.
The newest sub-13:00 5K runner talks about how and why the Portland race happened, his teammates, his training, and how he handles critics.
First look at the race sponsor's NYCM-themed shoes, which focus on the city's bridges.
A review of "In Search of Al Howie," a biography of an ultra world record-holder most have never heard of.
Come here to find everything from strength-training workouts to distance-specific exercises and how to PR on your next race.
Two new studies analyze 7 years of training done by the stellar siblings and other elite distance runners.
Lindsay Flanagan, 2:29 American marathoner who was 9th at Boston last spring, details every mile of her training from September 2–8, 2019.
If you really want to alter your gait, it’s going to take work—but a new study shows it eventually gets better.
Find the right running shoes, apparel and more reviewed by our experts.
Choosing the best footwear for your Achilles requires balancing protection and strengthening.
Scientists have already created a device that reduces the energy cost of running and predict mainstream applications within four years.
Ditch the cape! This new gear—from tech to apparel to nutrition—will power you to your best race yet.
We cover nutrition tips and advice to help you improve your running performance and keep you on track to meet your wellness goals.
New studies show the effects of mouth-sensing may trigger neurological responses that can help improve performance, keep you cool or avoid cramps.
You can adapt your body to tap your vast energy reserves of fat through diet and training. Here’s how.
Experts explain why it is worthwhile for runners to focus on fat-burning metabolism and blood sugar management.
Dathan Ritzenhein details his struggles with "The Wall" and how the steady energy of UCAN helps him get the best out of himself in training and racing.
Don’t use a poor race result as a weapon to beat yourself up. Use it as a tool to get stronger.