As endurance athletes know, training and life don’t always mix.
Using some basic strategies, you may find yourself finishing faster and feeling more confident each time you toe the line.
Here's why your program may benefit from a little less variation and a little more repetition.
There's a fine line between being confident and being arrogant.
How to set goals for the running season and accomplish them
Try a week of supercompensation training if your running is stuck in a rut.
Ditch medicines and use whole food to keep soreness and inflammation at bay.
Retain your running fitness with this simple exercise.
A blood analysis is a great tool for amateur athletes to use if they want to become faster.
Downhill running can be challenging, so work on these drills to improve speed and confidence.