We'll warn you right now: This guide could change your life.
If you’re just getting off the couch, here’s how to get in the exercise habit.
If you're already running, here's how to eliminate walk breaks.
If you’re running for 30 minutes, here’s how to build up to an hour.
Everything you need to know about how to train, dress, and fuel for the perfect race.
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Know what to avoid—and what to do— to set yourself up for a better a.m. run.
Don’t let this common pain derail your run.
Whether it’s a long run or a track workout, we’ve got you covered.
From keeping yourself busy in other ways to showing yourself a little self-love, we’ve got four tips to help you feel your best.
Adding a structured workout into your running routine makes getting faster more enjoyable.
Don’t make these beginner mistakes before you hit the roads or trails.
Here’s how (and why) a handful of tune-up races will improve your goal race performance.
By all accounts, Frank Shorter is the father of the modern running boom. He spins a captivating narrative about winning the ’72 Olympic Marathon, leading the fight against illegal doping, and being the last person to see his friend Steve Prefontaine alive. The story he hasn’t told is the dark truth about his own father, a truth Shorter has run away from all his life but that ultimately has defined him as a runner, and as a man.
As one of the world’s best endurance runners, Danelle Ballengee was always up for a challenge. But when she got severely injured and stranded in the desert, she prepared to give up. Fortunately, she brought a friend along.
A decade ago, God told Ryan Hall to run. Now Hall’s a 2:06 marathoner and an Olympic favorite. His story is almost beyond belief.