Limit soreness and tightness by increasing blood flow and flexibility.
It's one of the most overlooked — but important — elements of a successful race.
Strength training should not be ignored, so here are four good ways to build some running-specific strength.
Don't let hills stand in your way of getting a PR at your next race. Follow these tips and you'll be ready when the road goes up.
Can reducing your mileage and relying on short and fast intervals put you on a path to better running?
One expert says no; each individual is different.
Staying out of trouble is every runner's responsibility.
"Just go run" didn't make the list.
Recent research suggests that there are foods we can eat more of that help fill us up, but also help us to eat fewer calories.
Give these alternate forms of exercise a try when running outside is not an option.