Nearly everyone can make improvements, and progress is possible with just a small amount of work.
Bruce Lee's one-inch punch: Implications on running mechanics.
Becoming a more efficient runner is key if you want to keep advancing in the sport.
Over and over, top runners maintain consistently high stride rates—and so should you.
A couple simple stride tweaks may reduce injury risk.
Want to blow by your competition? Learn how to tackle the downhill.
Can't touch your toes? It's not the end of the world.
Help form the foundation for a smooth, efficient running stride.
Japanese researchers shed light on the complexities of a well-trained stride.
If you want to run faster, just get stronger. It's that simple — and that hard.