There are many reasons—scientific and otherwise—behind running's magical ability to clear your mind.
Here are some fresh tips to keep your body and mind cool when race-day temperatures soar.
Dripping with sarcasm but also some truth.
An interesting look at a new book from Stacy Sims, who wants to talk about your period.
You may have heard of ROKA from their triathlon wetsuits, but now they are developing gear just for runners and we can't get enough.
We got tips from mother runners, sub-elites and pros to find out how they balance family-life, work and training every day.
We have two high-intensity workouts that will burn calories and build strength—and fit in to even the busiest of runner schedules.
Saying that you "don't have time" has become a default. Here's how to beat the excuse and make running a priority in your life.
Here's how to stop reflecting on the past or planning for the future so you can just do your best today—and be happy with it.
You can learn a lot from a running coach, but after finding one of her own, these three pieces of advice stuck out to one runner.
A new movement, started by ultrarunner Amelia Boone, is encouraging athletes to embrace—and brag about—taking time off to rest.
No matter what sport you do, this watch probably has a feature to track it. This Garmin is a runner's dream piece of training gear.
Don't give yourself an easy 'out' for reaching your goals—instead, see why many coaches recommend working toward one thing.
It's easy to constantly surround yourself with runners, but here are a few key reasons you shouldn't forget your non-runner friends.
We talked with the recently anointed Gatorade Endurance Athlete ahead of the NYC Half Marathon about the stacked field and her strategy.
One runner reflects on success and how it drives our goals—and whether we can ever really be satisfied in our performance.
If you've mainly stuck to outdoor workouts, here is a complete guide from a pro on how to feel comfortable—and be polite!—in the gym.
After setting a record in Rio with Shalane Flanagan and Desi Linden, she still thinks she has a lot to learn when it comes to 26.2.
One runner wanted to start each run calmly with intent, and then the effects actually trickled into her everyday life, too.
This doesn't mean a pasta feast is in order. The timing and amount of carbs you eat are key in making this work for runners.
A look at how social media, elites and major corporations frame what being a 'real' runner is—and whether you should choose to listen.
Whether it's warm and sunny or cold and snowy, there are just some things you don't say to a runner on the other side of the country...
Vocal Cord Dysfunction, known as VCD, is actually a common condition. Here's what you need to know to get treated if you think you have it.
Thanks to technology some aspects of running have dramatically changed over the years. Here are some oldies but goodies that have stuck.
Some training plans have you run for a set amount of time and some for a specific distance. So which one is best? We have the answer.
When you start running, everyone wants to give you advice. One runner shares the best pieces of running advice she has received.
Everything on the list is something we've done on the run and thought nothing of...but in real life? Well, things could get awkward.
One runner shares her profiling tendencies and what types of cars she has learned to stay away from while running on the roads.
While helping at her sons' elementary school 'Mileage Club,' one runner learned a lot of lessons watching the kids run laps.
Challenging yourself to grow often comes with goals of running more races or more miles. This challenge will flip that idea on its head.
Whether it's ridiculously cold, just cold or hot, we have created the ultimate guide so you're always wearing the right winter apparel.
You don't have to stop running just because of snow, sleet or ice. Here are some alternatives for winter running to add to your list.
The holidays remind one runner of the loss of her mother—and she is sharing how she uses running to manage the sadness during the season.
It is time to stop overcomplicating your run and leave a few things at home the next time you go out and hit the roads for a workout.
Mix up your winter routine with these five varying workouts that will keep your indoor workouts fresh and fun all season long.
Running volume and mileage are actually different. Here's how increasing your volume without upping your miles can work for you.
Whether you took a break that was two weeks or one that lasted more than a month, you can make a comeback with these tips.
Don't hide from the cold weather and miss out on a fun holiday race! Here are some tips to make it the most fun race of the year.
If you've been on a break from running, here is what you should eat during the recovery process from illness or injury to stay healthy.
So you just finished a marathon. How long until you can run again? We separate the fact and fiction surrounding the answer.
Running has gone from simply lacing up your shoes and heading outside to a complicated process. Here's how to become a minimalist.
After heading to Las Vegas to run the Strip at Night, one runner heard some pretty hilarious things leading up to the race.
We all need rest and the length varies from person-to-person. Here's how to know you're ready to come back after a running break.
The operative word in off-season? OFF. Here is what you should be doing with the down time to gear yourself up for training.
It may seem crazy that you need so few things to run in the cold, blustery winter, but you can get through the season with just these.
If you’ve been sidelined from running due to illness or even surgery, we have your guide to getting out of bed and back in the game.
Need an added dose of mental motivation? Listen to these podcasts on your next run, all of which will boost your mental game.
If you've been sidelined from running due to injury, we have your guide to getting back in the game. Ease into it by following these rules.
After running the New York City Marathon last year, one runner shares pieces of advice she wishes people had told her before the start line.
The unconventional and unapologetic elite masters runner Sheri Piers on running the NYC Marathon, (lack of) nutrition and racing over 40.
You may have heard of the bullet journal, but what exactly is it? A runner tried it out and breaks down just how to do it.
Here is how one runner stays positive about running and racing without the support of the most important person in her life.
This may seem like a no-brainer, but it is often overlooked.
Here's why lifting weights can add similar benefits and satisfaction to running for women over 40.
First Meb Keflezighi made the 2016 Olympic team, then Bernard Lagat followed on the track—and they are both really old in the world of run.
What can we all do to stay young? The answer to this question is more straightforward than you'd think.
Aging up doesn't need to mean slower race times.
Inevitably, we all will run our final PR one day. But can you predict when that will be?
One runner doesn't blame her mom for her body-image issues—she blames being an athlete.
Are you doing your strength training correctly? These mistakes are easy to make.
Though this workout is triathlon-inspired, it is a great way for runners to build endurance and put a fun spin on cross-training.