Tired of getting passed at the end of a race? Practice finishing fast on fatigued legs!
In a scientific case study, an elite cyclist improved his time trial by riding less and running hard.
If you can't run a lot, you're better off running hard.
In training as in life, sometimes discretion is the better part of valor.
Here are a few new twists on 1,000-meter repeats.
If your running is feeling stale, start training for the mile.
Have fun and boost your fitness by incorporating races into your workouts.
This form of aquatic exercise is one of the best cross-training workouts for runners, injured or not.
Break free from the monotony of the one-lap interval.
Training smarter is better than training harder.