Race Day Nutrition
Training Stress vs. Life Stress
By Andrew Simmons
Regardless of its source, your body responds to all stress the same way. Here’s how you can train hard no matter what...
How to Increase Your Marathon Training Mileage
By Matt Fitzgerald
In marathon training, miles matter—but not in the way most runners think!
Be Bold: Finding Your Fearlessness As A Runner
By Ryan Hall
In this excerpt from the Ryan Hall’s new book, Run the Mile, the author discusses how discovering his identity opened...
How Getting a Coach Helped This Runner Qualify for Boston
By Lydia Tanner
A little expert instruction can make a world of difference. See how getting matched with a coach helped this runner turn an...
5 Essential Exercises for Foot and Ankle Mobility
By Tim Fleisher
Hip pain, back pain, and even the precursors to plantar fasciitis can be alleviated by simply working on foot and calf...
Recognizing and Managing the Impact of Heart Rate Variations on Zone-Specific Training
By Pete Stock
Coach Pete Stock breaks down some of the factors that can affect heart rate while training, and how you can adjust your...
Essentials of Polarized Running
By Jakub Adam
Make the most of your running workouts by varying the intensity. Try these drills and workouts to get started, and get...
Two Barbell Movements Every Runner Should Know
By matt pearce
These two exercises will help your upper body counteract the rotational forces generated by your running stride — for more...
Marathon-Specific Workouts to Break Training Monotony
By Andrew Simmons
Coach Andrew Simmons shares a few bulletproof workout types to help you tackle your next big marathon.
3 Key Elements of Base Training for Runners
By Adam Hodges
Keep these three neuromuscular elements in mind to supercharge your aerobic runs.
How Much Should You Train Over the Holidays?
By Chris Baddick
For some, exercising is a fundamental part of the holiday season, but for others, the idea brings dread. How much should...
Is More Cushioning Better For Long Distance Running Shoes?
By Carrie McCusker
When you’re upping your miles, you might notice some more aches and pains. But are more cushioned shoes the answer?...