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Study: Softer Strides Mean Less Injuries

If you're prone to injuries, try shortening your stride and landing softer.

Monday Minute: Standing One-Arm Cable Row

This week we show you the standing one-arm cable row, an exercise that helps improve shoulder health and function.

Fitness Myth: Don’t Pass Your Toes

In reality, your knee crosses in front of your toes on every running stride.

Good Running Form Starts With Balance, Alignment

A simple exercise will help you run as stably as you stand.

Three Misconceptions About Minimalist Footwear

Let's debunk three of the most common misconceptions.

The Everyman: Runners vs. Triathletes

In which category do you fall?

Video: Pete Jacobs Demonstrates Running Drills

In this video, Ironman Ironman world champion Pete Jacobs walks us through his favorite pre-run drills.

Study: Changing Running Stride Does More Harm Than Good

A study suggests that making tweaks to your bounce rate and cadence does more harm than good.

Better Balance Equals Better Running

Staying upright is crucial to good running form. Here's why and how to improve it.

Sole Man: 12 Things We Learned About Minimalism

The minimalist movement was revolutionary, but it was hardly new. Are you a follower?

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