Follow these 26.2 — err, 27 — guidelines when you’re training for your next marathon.
Strength training should not be ignored, so here are four good ways to build some running-specific strength.
Follow these guidelines and perform well at your upcoming races—including the annual Turkey Trot.
Find the balance between the optimal training schedule and getting the most enjoyment from your running.
A 100-mile race isn't out of reach—if you prepare properly.
Two-mile repeats serve up a variety of benefits, regardless of your training focus.
Add these bread-and-butter interval workouts to your running repertoire to boost speed and endurance.
One of ultrarunning's most accomplished stars shares his philosophy on long runs, strength training, improving your technical skill set and
Here are some guidelines to get yourself back up to speed after a race.
Don't do your next marathon until you've forgotten your last one, Bill Rodgers once advised.