Susan Lacke reveals some of the advice she’s been given by runners and her coach. Any of these sound familiar?
Various studies support the pros and cons of each style -- so which is correct?
Research says it might not be as dangerous as we've been made to think.
Follow these tips to stay focused and avoid checking out mid-race.
Study shows muscular endurance prevents fatigue-related loss of running economy.
Good form equates to increased efficiency.
If you're prone to injuries, try shortening your stride and landing softer.
In reality, your knee crosses in front of your toes on every running stride.
A simple exercise will help you run as stably as you stand.
Let's debunk three of the most common misconceptions.