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Photos: An Insider’s Glimpse at a Brooks Beasts’ Track Workout

A day-in-the-life glimpse of a training camp track workout through the lens of photographer Craig Fritz.

Why Power Might Be the Ultimate Training Metric for Runners

A new measurement technology has the ability to revolutionize training for runners: the power meter.

What Can You Do With Your Race Medals?

Once the race medal is draped around your neck, what should you do with it?

The Story Behind New Balance’s Original ‘N’ Logo

Ever wonder how a shoe brand came up with its logos? Here’s the story behind the New Balance “N” logo as told by its

Workout Of The Week: Threshold, Long, Threshold (TLT)

Incorporate this threshold set into your long runs during marathon training.

New Professional Track & Field League to Debut in Eugene

For years, track and field athletes and administrators have kicked around the idea of having some sort of U.S. pro circuit of meets to

Shoe Of The Week: New Balance Vazee Summit

A fast, go-to trail shoe for most types of off-road running.

Fueling Tips and Recipes for Before, During and After a Workout

Adapted with permission of VeloPress from “Rocket Fuel: Power-Packed Food for Sports and Adventure” by Matthew Kadey, RD. Try

Photos: The One-of-a-Kind Red Hook Crit 5K in Brooklyn

The Red Hook Criterium in Brooklyn started as an unsanctioned fixed-gear underground bike race in 2007. It was an immediate success, and a

Manipulating Carbohydrate Availability To Improve Running Performance

It’s hard to train in a perpetually bonked state.

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