If you're in-between race seasons, here's how cycling can keep your body fit and mind fresh—along with the right way to get started.
Beer and running. It seems to be the latest rage, but it's neither recent nor exclusive to the sport of running.
Hard workouts are equal parts mental and physiological, and can be a big part of the fun for any runner.
A guide to this year's New York City Marathon with New York-specific racing tips and expert insights.
According to a study recently published in The New England Journal of Medicine, right about now is the least you'll weigh all year.
Adding just 60 minutes of supplemental training each week can help increase speed, durability, or flexibility.
Bounce back from hard racing or workouts with foods you'll love.
Running the second half of a race faster than you run the first half is a proven formula for success.
Your big race doesn't just end when crossing the finish line, your recovery requires some strategizing too!