No fancy equipment needed — just your finger, a notebook and one minute a day.
Don't screw up your race in the last two weeks of training.
Follow these guidelines to stop injuries before they happen.
Try a week of supercompensation training if your running is stuck in a rut.
We examine what might be worse than dehydration — over-hydration.
Learn how to improve the critical fuel efficiency element of the marathon while maintaining consistency in your training.
Have fun and boost your fitness by incorporating races into your workouts.
Just because your pace remains consistent pace doesn't mean your heart rate will, too.
Put your race in perspective when weather, wind, or terrain throws off the end result.
Whether you had a good race, bad day or mediocre performance, be smart about bouncing back after racing 26.2.