Everyone knows how to do a basic lunge; these three variations take it to the next level.
How heat and humidity affect running performance and how to acclimatize to hot conditions.
Running on tired legs isn't fun, but it will teach your body how to finish a race strong.
Check out this old-school upper body strengthening exercise!
Here's why your program may benefit from a little less variation and a little more repetition.
“It’s the long run that puts the tiger in the cat.” – Coach Bill Squires
Seven-time Western States 100 winner Scott Jurek offers some key long-distance racing tips.
Training for 5K/10K? This session will help you hold on to a hard pace when your legs start screaming at you to stop.
One or two sets of box jumps three times a week will help you feel springier on your runs.
Staying patient and sticking to your limits are two of the keys to becoming a better runner.