The proper balance of quality and quantity is key when developing a cross-training program.
The key for a successful return to running is allowing the soft tissues to have the chance to adapt.
The San Diego event will commemorate the 50th anniversary of Jim Ryun's sub-4-minute mile performance.
In a scientific case study, an elite cyclist improved his time trial by riding less and running hard.
Your next workout may do more to help you bounce back than compression socks, ice baths, etc.
Try this unique workout to help build core strength and stability.
A bit of “Om” time could make you faster and more injury-resistant.
Don't run miles just for the sake of running miles.
Retain your running fitness with this simple exercise.
Give this high-intensity cross-training workout a try!