Be sure to do both general and specific warm-up activities before races and faster workouts.
One study tries to answer the question that runners always ask.
Adding plyometrics to your training regimen will build muscle, which equates to more speed and power.
Bruce Lee's one-inch punch: Implications on running mechanics.
Adding anaerobic training to your regimen will increase speed and power while keeping you healthy.
Running fast requires explosiveness and power.
A new Canadian study shows that a little jumping goes a long way for runners. Written by: Matt Fitzgerald Running is basically a form of