Why distance runners should develop their pure speed, and 9 ways to get started today.
The year-long qualifying period for the inaugural Abbott World Marathon Majors Wanda Age Group World Championships is drawing to an end.
Mileage increases should be based on how you respond to them, not on an arbitrary number that is often too much or too little.
A new study shows the inflammation-reducing supplement might benefit the heart as well as joints.
Recruiting every muscle fiber is important to running success—regardless of your race distance. Here are three max-effort options you can add to your training today.
Training for maximum velocity is essential to run your best. These four key exercises will improve your power and speed.
Come here to find everything from strength-training workouts to distance-specific exercises and how to PR on your next race.
Steep hill sprints are a proven, specific-strength workout for runners that increases power, speed and injury resistance.
Find the right running shoes, apparel and more reviewed by our experts.
Here’s how much reducing the weight of your shoes can improve your 5K times.
Turner introduced EVA foam into running shoes and created some of the first stability shoes.
As temperatures climb, we look at some of this season’s lightest and wildest run gear.
Four lightweight trail running shoes that let you feel the trail and dance nimbly over it.
We cover nutrition tips and advice to help you improve your running performance and keep you on track to meet your wellness goals.
Plus: How heat training differs from altitude—and how to maximize its effects.
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.
One of the best young ultrarunners in the country just served notice. Take Jared Hazen for granted no more.
Race stories do more than entertain—they help assess what went well, what went wrong and what you can do better.