Incorporating cross-training into your weekly training schedule can indirectly improve your fitness and performance.
Advance your fitness, build functional strength and improve your speed with these non-running workouts.
Matt Fitzgerald discusses the benefits of using a slideboard to decrease injuries and properly train your hip stabilizing muscles.
Don't lose faith in your fitness during these last few weeks before your race.
Alternative forms of aerobic exercise like aqua jogging, biking and the elliptical aren't just for injured runners.
Here are some guidelines to get yourself back up to speed after a race.
You don't need a gym and/or a track to get in shape, writes Jason Devaney.
Add bike intervals to your run training to increase strength and endurance.
Dr. Jordan Metzl gives you the scoop in this informative video.
How often should you run is one of the most important questions to consider before you start any training.