Switch up your workout routine to keep things fresh.
This workout helps improve two crucial elements of racing well.
Being a "slow" runner is merely a state of mind. Don't let that affect your running.
There are a lot of sound reasons for molding traditional interval sessions into works in progress.
Improvement isn’t about hitting a big workout, how many miles you can cram into a week or "competing" against others.
Heart rate monitors are useful, but hardly essential.
Use this tried-and-true wisdom to make the most of your running after age 40.
Use these tips to squash those fears and anxiety.
Get better, faster results by trying something new in your training.
The influence of genetics and training or activity is a subject of much controversy in the scientific community.