by Monique Ryan, Published 2 hours ago
Timing your pre-exercise meals is important for feeling “light” during your run and avoiding unpleasant symptoms. Here are tips on how to properly fuel up before hitting the pavement.
by Competitor Staff, Published 5 hours ago
Brooks’ new shoes pay tribute to the Big Apple with the launch of the limited-edition NYC Pop Art Ghost 11 ahead of next months’ TCS New York City Marathon.
by Cammy Garvelink, Published 3 days ago
If you've ever felt fatigue, constant tiredness or just that feeling of weakness mid-run, it may be your low ferritin levels.
by Competitor Staff, Published October 12, 2018, Updated 3 days ago
With colder weather upon us, we decked ourselves out in thick tights, rain-repellant shells and warm jackets to find the best athletic attire to add to your closet this fall.
by Laura Peill, Published October 12, 2018, Updated 5 hours ago
A strong core is at the foundation of every great runner's performance. Here is why it is important and how to get started on strengthening it.
by Biju Thomas, Dr. Allen Lim, Published 4 days ago
When you better understand your own true hunger, you can better understand how to lose weight and how to pack it on to meet your goals.
by Jeff Gaudette, Published 4 days ago
Follow these specific workouts and crush your PRs for 5K and 10K races in no time.
by Matt Fitzgerald, Published 5 days ago
We look at the advantages of even pacing in a marathon and how not to hit the wall during the 26.2-mile challenge.
by Nicolle Monico, Published October 10, 2018, Updated 4 days ago
Although Galen Rupp is one of America's best distance runners, fans of the sport have a hard time rooting for him. But do they have him all wrong?
by Matt Fitzgerald, Published 6 days ago
A mathematical model is designed to help runners pace their marathons appropriately.