New research suggests keeping training enjoyable is more important than you might think.
As a runner, you need to be informed of your unique iron needs.
There are warning signs to look for, and they must not be taken lightly.
The next time you bonk, blame your brain—not your muscles.
Why are low iron levels so common in runners?
A fascinating study proves that fatigue in endurance is nothing more and nothing less than quitting.
It's worth finding a doctor who understands the intricacies of cholesterol, thyroid hormones and iron.
Learn how to identify the issue and take the right steps to get back on track.
Routine and a good sleep environment can help you get to sleep, combat insomnia, and deal with pre-race anxiety.
Overtraining can bring running performance to a halt.