Top American runners—and a coach—share details of their training leading up to fall marathon success.
Stable strength exercises and unstable ones both have powerful benefits for running. Here's why and how to include both in your strength workouts.
Periodization—planning phases of your training—can take different forms, but follows universal rules that will help you get the most from your training.
Revising the traditional long run with a focus on intensity will get you to the finish line faster—but you need to be creative and careful.
When you're going long and easy, running slower produces all of the benefits, and leaves you fresh for the training week to come.
Follow three regular runners on their quest to stand on the start line at the Olympic Trials Marathon in February. Part Two: Hills in the heart of training.
Come here to find everything from strength-training workouts to distance-specific exercises and how to PR on your next race.
Find the right running shoes, apparel and more reviewed by our experts.
Your GPS watch will lose its signal during the New York City Marathon. Here’s how to bypass it and know your true pace.
Before we ban super shoes, we should also be considering if they could reduce injuries.
Four comfortable, plush, cushioned trainers that impressed our review team of real runners.
No longer variations of vanilla, today’s running shoe midsoles come in a variety of flavors, combining innovative materials to create curated rides for every runner.
We cover nutrition tips and advice to help you improve your running performance and keep you on track to meet your wellness goals.
If NSAIDs are unsafe for runners, are natural remedies the cure?
Five elite marathoners from around the world detail their pre-race meals and in-race fuel—and their diets are surprisingly similar.
You want to deplete your carb supply to get many of the long run's training benefits. Here's why—and the exception.
A new study presents the best strategies to reduce glycogen depletion, low blood sugar, dehydration, central fatigue, muscle damage, and heat illness in hot weather.
We camped out just past the 2019 New York City Marathon finish line to capture the emotions of running 26.2 and ask runners how it went. Their answers were—mostly—enthusiastic on this PR day, and totally candid.
Today Jared Ward finished sixth, improving his New York best by almost two minutes. Next stop: the U.S. Marathon Trials in February
After a slow early pace, the half-marathon world record holder and 2017 New York City Marathon champ won by 22 seconds.
Tight races highlight the Abbott Dash to the Finish Line 5K in Central Park on the eve of the New York City Marathon