Cross-train like Olympian Nick Symmonds to gain strength, increase your speed, avoid injury, and keep things fresh.
Dive into a new cross-training routine by adding swimming to your workout docket.
The proper balance of quality and quantity is key when developing a cross-training program.
Your next workout may do more to help you bounce back than compression socks, ice baths, etc.
Become a better runner by adding swimming and cycling to your workouts.
Cycling, swimming and strength training are just a few ways for runners to improve their fitness.
Follow these suggestions so you can return from your injury strong and confident.
Caitlyn Pilkington re-discovers the benefits of swimming when a running injury forced her off her feet.
There are many cross-training options available, but not all of them are of equal value to runners.
High volume doesn't always have to mean high mileage.