Give this workout a shot when transitioning back into track training.
Don't go faster than you should just because you're feeling good!
Almost 40 years after his death, the late Steve Prefontaine continues to inspire legions of American runners who aim to emulate his brash
Get more bang for your buck by switching up the stimulus.
The exact rate your body absorbs and responds to a given workout is going to be influenced by a variety of factors.
This 12-week program will help you cover 13.1 miles fitter and faster than ever.
Here are five ways to change up your training to stimulate better results.
It doesn't matter what you're training for, there's a place for these in your training.
You don't have to run fast in training—unless you want to run faster in races.