There’s no disputing the fact that the injury rate in running is very high. But is footwear really to blame?
Growth takes time and patience, but the payoff in the end is worth it.
Use this tried and true advice to keep your gas tank full when competing.
By turning down her speed a few notches, Caitlyn Pilkington learned some valuable lessons about running.
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.
Katherine Hopper would rather be running, but she knows that cross-training helps keep her injury-free—and it improves her running
The pair won the 2013 edition of the race through the city’s five boroughs.
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.