All you need to keep your hammies happy.
Runners seeking records have always turned to pacers and fast shoes. A veteran observer of the sport offers perspective on last weekend’s marathon fireworks.
Former elite marathoner Nuta Olura discovers that sometimes finishing a marathon can be as challenging—and rewarding—as winning one.
34-year-old Eliud Kipchoge ran 26.2 miles in 1:59:40 on a tree-lined avenue in the heart of Vienna Saturday morning, surrounded by pacemakers and cheering crowds.
Jake Riley ran 2:13 in his debut marathon 5 years ago in Chicago. Then the wheels started to fall off. Healthy again, he'll toe the line in the windy city this weekend.
Alter your mindset to approach the recovery period before your marathon with enthusiasm, not fear.
Come here to find everything from strength-training workouts to distance-specific exercises and how to PR on your next race.
Becky Wade, 2:30 marathoner, details a week of her training as she overcomes a training setback and finishes her build-up strong.
Poor pelvis positions strain your hamstrings. Here’s how to assess and improve hip mobility, posture and rotational strength.
Don’t ignore speed during marathon training if, like Dathan Ritzenhein, late-race hamstring cramps are your nemesis.
Find the right running shoes, apparel and more reviewed by our experts.
Topo Athletic’s MT-3 puts comfort and durability above fancy technologies, and delivers a secure, smooth, versatile ride that had our tester reaching for them everyday.
Seven new spiked racers to take care of your feet when tearing up the turf
A new upper makes the New Balance Beacon v2 even lighter and more comfortable—but only for single-digit runs, our tester found.
First look at the race sponsor's NYCM-themed shoes, which focus on the city's bridges.
We cover nutrition tips and advice to help you improve your running performance and keep you on track to meet your wellness goals.
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.
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.