Nearly everyone can make improvements, and progress is possible with just a small amount of work.
This exercise will improve posture and helps to make your arms more efficient while running.
Over and over, top runners maintain consistently high stride rates—and so should you.
Japanese researchers shed light on the complexities of a well-trained stride.
Yes, you can get meaningful benefits for your running with a 10-minute workout.
Produce greater power by training the muscles to contract more quickly and forcefully from an actively pre-stretched position.
The stress of wanting to run faster and over-thinking can often wind up slowing you down.
There's more to keep in mind than just what your feet are doing.
Let's debunk three of the most common misconceptions.