If you can't run a lot, you're better off running hard.
Here are five ways to change up your training to stimulate better results.
Group runs are not always the most beneficial for your training. Coach Culpepper writes about some common mistakes we all make.
Don't get stuck in a road racing rut—hit the track and expand your horizon.
Even when training for a marathon, speed work is not to be underestimated.
Lasse Viren loved this track workout. You should learn to like it too.
Try this workout to mix things up and help your race day performance.
Here are a few new twists on 1,000-meter repeats.
If your running is feeling stale, start training for the mile.
A lifelong PR seeker defends the pursuit of speed.