Think you can run and call it done? Think again.
If you're going to run a 26.2-mile race, you'll need a marathon training plan that incorporates proper strength training and recovery.
In addition to being straight-up impressive, this one exercise will help you move and run more efficiently.
Your daily habits can have a huge effect on how well you sleep. Do these 7 things and ensure you wake up ready to rock your day (and your run).
Build a stronger foundation by sprinkling these moves into your regular strength training routine.
Strength training is key for runners of all types. Try these exercises to get started and be ready to tackle any terrain.
You know that some foods are better than others pre-run, but do you know what they are?
Ward off injury on your way to a PR with this streamlined, 10-minute circuit.
Life takes over. You get injured, sick, or sidetracked and training isn't going as planned. You can still salvage your next race.