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?
Address all three planes of movement to decrease your risk of both running-related and general injuries.
Chances are, you’re probably not.
Recovery runs actually don't help you recover-but they're still worth doing.
Everyone’s schedules fluctuate, so training logs are a constant juggling act.
You can run a good marathon without logging 20-mile training runs.
Marathons are all the rage these days, but the demanding distance isn’t for everyone.
It has been a very useful tool for runners of all skills for decades.
Misconceptions abound when it comes to easy running.