Learn how to utilize fat as fuel, improve efficiency and better gauge intensity by training in the right zones.
Routine and a good sleep environment can help you get to sleep, combat insomnia, and deal with pre-race anxiety.
Use these three tips to get yourself back on track.
Overtraining can bring running performance to a halt.
More than half of all runners will overdo it at least once in their running career.
There's a fine line between productive commitment and self-destructive adherence.
Obey the speed limit for better performance.
How soon you start running again after a marathon depends on how well you recover.
If any of these sound familiar, don’t worry; you can fix them.
While not without its potential pitfalls, it is possible — and it can be beneficial.