Having a rough workout or two isn't the end of the world.
How they work, as well as why, when and how to use them.
To consistently run well, it's critical that you have an unwavering belief in your fitness and your race plan.
It’s a fine line, but there is a way to tweak your carbohydrate intake as a runner for the purpose of losing weight.
Learn how each works and when it's best to use one versus the other.
Lactic acid itself isn’t responsible for the muscle fatigue that causes you to do the skeleton dance at the end of a race.
The exact rate your body absorbs and responds to a given workout is going to be influenced by a variety of factors.
Is a lack of sleep the night before a race really a problem for runners? One study says no.
Instead of using the band-aid method to fix an injury, find the root of the problem — which is usually poor running form.
Summer training presents a unique set of challenges. Here's how to combat a few of them.