The rules: Run every single day. Never. Miss. A. Day. How no days off can make you faster, stronger—and more interesting.
Add some spice to your weekly speed workout with these fun—and effective—variations on 1,000m repeats.
Still stretching before you run? Stop. Focus on mobility instead, and save stretching for after (only if it feels good).
Improve your stability, strength and running stride by doing a wide variety of single-leg squats.
A runner and coach tells how he took his marathon from 2:40 to 2:19—and provides specific training changes that can maximize your next marathon.
This Italian-tailored trail running shoe brings custom fitting to a new level.
Come here to find everything from strength-training workouts to distance-specific exercises and how to PR on your next race.
Summer family vacation destinations aren't often chosen for their access to running routes. But we've found great runs for you in many top locations.
Find the right running shoes, apparel and more reviewed by our experts.
The Merrell Antora is an affordable, comfortable and stable trail shoe for women that provides exceptional protection from tough terrain.
This durable and lightweight Reebok trainer features fancy foam for a relatively low price, but cuts a few corners.
HOKA hosts their own shoe-launching invitational, matched to their maximalist style, and comes away with a record.
We cover nutrition tips and advice to help you improve your running performance and keep you on track to meet your wellness goals.
A little monotony in your eating habits might not be such a bad thing. Getting rid of the crap is your top priority.
Exercise scientist Steve Magness on “bro science,” social media bubbles and how to avoid getting sold an agenda.
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.
Use these eight tips to perform optimally in hot conditions.
Combining traveling and racing can be tricky, but strategic planning and toggling between runner and tourist can allow you to enjoy the best of both.
Have You Ever Considered Running In 13 Countries In One Day? Probably not. But Josh Sanders did. And then he tried it. With 15 friends.
A competitor learns another way to appreciate the sport when she’s confined to the Boston sidelines instead of running with her friend.