Use these tips to bounce back from a tough winter and get your training back on track.
Overtraining can bring running performance to a halt.
Set the stage for the entire year over the winter.
There's a fine line between productive commitment and self-destructive adherence.
To be successful (and happy) in running, you need to have realistic expectations.
A proper base training phase is more than just long, easy mileage.
Keep your training on track with these simple tools for measuring the direction of your training.
The key to enjoying the benefits of running is learning to enjoy the activity of running.
It may not sound right, but running is one of the most effective ways to keep the threat of injury to a minimum.
We examine the 10 percent rule, a popular way of increasing mileage every week. Is it really that effective?