Improving your form isn’t about focusing on footstrike, stride length or cadence, but about building a better body and shaking things up.
The Canary Island stop on the Skyrunner World Series tour delivered another memorable competition and an eruption of injured Americans
A great running stride isn’t learned by focusing on your footstrike, posture or cadence, it develops as you improve your body’s strength and mobility.
Expert tips to break out of a running rut and let your body discover a more efficient stride.
Focusing on your upper body is a quick way to better efficiency in your stride. Here’s how to make your arms into secret weapons.
Everything you need to know about how and why strength training will improve your stride and make you a faster runner—including what exercises to do.
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.
HOKA hosts their own shoe-launching invitational, matched to their maximalist style, and comes away with a record.
The Skechers Go Run 7 Hyper uses its impressive rebound-to-weight ratio in a speedy trainer that's generous with its energy return while feeling firm underfoot.
The ubiquitous tapered toebox stems from fashion, not function, and may be the source of your running injuries.
The new Nike Vaporfly, updated with input from runners like Eliud, Shalane and Mo, will debut at the London Marathon this weekend.
We cover nutrition tips and advice to help you improve your running performance and keep you on track to meet your wellness goals.
Becky Wade, 2:30 marathoner, details exactly what she ate during a week in the heart of marathon training.
Adding the stress of a depleted morning run after an afternoon interval workout can boost aerobic capacity.
Timing carbs and workouts can help build fat-burning ability while still maintaining high-quality training.
We love our coffee, but many other herbs, roots and mushrooms can also boost performance.
The Wings for Life World Run is the most interesting, most fun—and largest—race you’ve never heard of.
Emily Sisson places 6th with a 2:23:08 in her marathon debut.