There are two kinds of long-distance runners: the kind who admit to having been injured and the kind who don’t.
There are many cross-training options available, but not all of them are of equal value to runners.
Whether it's burning fat, improving speed, or strengthening certain muscle groups, each workout has a specific purpose.
Running smarter means runner better; here are some tips to make you faster on race day.
Learn how to listen to the signs that your body is giving you.
You can build a big cardio base more quickly and effectively than by just running alone.
You can improve your running economy without battering your body.
There is a feeling among runners that if a little bit is good, a lot more must be a lot better.