Even though you may be slow, there are many things to look forward to as an aging runner.
To acclimate to this new oven you’re living in and get your running on track, use the following strategies on your body and your workout.
Sometimes life commitments cause us to miss a run—or weeks worth of runs.
When your body is tired at the end of the race, it needs to be strong to help you reach your top speed. This workout will get you there.
These Couch to 5K apps send training plans right to your phone to help you tackle your first 13.1.
Coach Jason Koop explains that success at running an ultramarathon doesn't mean you have to run fast, it's about preventing failures.
Stay flexible and injury-free with this feel-good routine!
There's a reason many runners fail to cross-train effectively and Olympian Alan Culpepper shares the new way to approach it.
Power yoga, a derivative of Ashtanga yoga, is a fitness-oriented practice with moves that emphasizes total-body athleticism.
Cross-training classes are a great way for runners to strengthen their running by using new muscles.