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Why You Shouldn’t Take A Nap Immediately Following A Run

It can be tempting to just crawl right into bed as soon as you've logged your miles, but there is a reason you should wait.

The Case For Going Gadget-Free On Your Runs

Why leaving your watch and headphones home could be the best thing for your training.

The Top 6 Reasons Why Beginners Quit (And Why You Shouldn’t)

Starting a running program is tough. Here are six reasons why new runners tend to quit and what beginners can do to keep going.

3 Exercises To Help You Achieve The Ideal Running Posture

These postural exercises can promote a better lengthening of the spinal column and all the muscles that hold the body up against gravity.

Everything You Should Know About The Ideal Running Posture

Having good posture is one of the essential foundations for every runner’s health and performance—so we've broken down the ideal.

Alysia Montaño Shares Her Top Stroller Running Tips

Pro runner and six-time US champion Alysia Montaño shares her best strategies for getting the most out of your stroller running.

How To Choose The Right Race Corral

Choosing the right corral at a race can often be more complicated than it should be.

Why Fatigue Is A Necessary Part Of Training And How To Manage It

Learning how to manage fatigue, and understanding the role it plays in endurance training, is critical to improving as a runner.

Injury-Proof Your Body With This 10-Minute Strength Routine

This is a do-anywhere, run-specific strength routine that works the glutes, hips, obliques, lower abdominals, quads and hamstrings.

This Training Structure Is The Key To Injury-Proofing Your Body

With the following coaching advice you can run regularly and say goodbye to long layoffs.

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