Not Doing Speed Work? Here Are 3 Easy Ways to Add It Into Your Training
To get faster, you have to run faster. Here is how to do it.
To get faster, you have to run faster. Here is how to do it.
If you are headed to a major metropolitan area, keep these three simple things in mind to stay safe when seeing the city on foot.
If you are looking to gain some speed, Eat Pray Run DC shares a few things that helped her successfully set some new PRs.
No two runners are the same, which is why one plan won't work for everyone. Eat Pray Run DC shares when it's time to find a new one.
If you want to have success, you need to be honest about where your fitness level is and how dedicated you actually are to training.
If you're still planning out this year's race schedule, Eat Pray Run DC shares how she goes about the process to help inspire you.
With everyone planning their yearly goals, one runner shares how she is kicking off the New Year to set herself up for success.
There's more to racing than a PR. Here are some steps to follow to set goals for your upcoming race that align with why you signed up.
A break is almost as important as the running you do during training. Here is why you need to take an off-season and rest.
There are so many ways that cross training can strengthen your body and your running. Eat Pray Run DC shares her top three.
Eat Pray Run DC is a local, and has all of the best spots for runners in the Nation's Capital. She narrowed it down to just five for you.
Eat Pray Run DC used to do tapering all wrong. So this marathon training cycle, here's how her 10-day taper is easing the taper madness.
Racing is awesome, but it turns out, spectating can be just as fun! Don't believe us? Eat Pray Run, DC shares three reasons why.
Eat Pray Run DC just got back from her third running camp—and here is what she has taken away from each that all runner should experience.
Eat Pray Run DC was just on vacation in Las Vegas and still was able to get in a solid amount of mileage. Here's how she did it.
If you've been undecided about running a marathon in the fall, here are a few of our favorites that still have open registration.
It ain't over yet! Let's embrace the season through the end.
You can never be too safe.
It all started when this runner changed training plans.
No matter how optimistic we are about running in summer...the heat slaps us in the face.
When it comes to half or full marathon training, the track is a great place to work on your speed.
Eat Pray Run DC wasn't always watching track and field on TV while jumping up and down screaming.
Sometimes you aren't able to run with music, but Eat Pray Run DC has you covered!
Eat Pray Run DC looks back on time with her first running coach, who recently passed away.
Running to or from work is an easy way to get a workout in and reverse those effects of sitting all day.
Learn to love your off season. Training without a plan provides a clean slate for your next cycle .
One runner recommends you follow these 3 rules when it comes to choosing a summer race to make it a bit easier.
One runner shares how you can make sure you are mentally prepared before your next race.
See why one runner can't wait to help runners give their all on course.
Racing with friends can be fun—if you all have the same expectations.
If you're struggling with the mental aspect of running, try one of these suggestions.
You won't forget anything when you use this list for your next destination race.
When your race hits those "dark miles," here are some tried and true things to say to yourself.
Don't fear—there are many spring races still open and waiting for you to run!
You will so agree—and laugh—at the one last thing.
It turns out that watching the best runners in our sport was also a great learning experience.
When injuries happen or little breaks or needed, runners miss a lot about their daily ritual.
Try one of these foods to fuel before a run or recover when it is over.
Sharing your running life with others could have a positive effect on your training.
Sometimes the only thing that can get you outside on a chilly day is new gear!
More miles may help you reach a PR but there are some things you should know before running.
With so many plans out there, how can you tell which works for you?
Grab some friends, wear your holiday gear and hit the road for this fun run.
Snow, ice, darkness—there are a lot of perils that await you on winter runs.
Taking a short break from running can help both your body and mind.
Thinking of doing a run streak this holiday season? One streaker has the pros and cons.
Sometimes getting a PR is a happy accident.
This Washington, D.C. runner is a pro at running in the winter.
After six marathons, one runner learned some very important lessons.
Feeling a little lost after your goal race? These pick-me-ups will help you rest and recover—happily.
One runner shares her tips for staying calm, cool and collected before race day.
If you're new to racing, follow these tips to make race day more enjoyable for everyone.
If you still want to run a marathon in 2015, here are great races with open registration.
One runner's ode to all the things she will miss about running in the summer.
Bi-monthly visits to a physical therapist can help keep you injury-free and nagging pains to a minimum.
Runners and yoga often don't get along. But you can learn to love it!
These are the inspirational sayings that will get your mind focused on the run.
Here's how to set realistic but challenging goals—and go after them.
We all get a little nervous about our most important run of the week.
Go through this checklist to make sure you are running efficiently.
These are the things that non-runners might not find charming about us.
Unplug those headphones and find out why you should run music-free.
Go through this list before you pick your target race.
Increasing long run miles means you have to pay attention to fuel. Here's what works for Courtney.
Courtney explains why barre will make you a better runner.
So your last race didn't go as planned. What can you do to move past a disappointing finish.
How to keep yourself busy when your running buddy moves away.
Our blogger tried them all to find out which works best for runners.
Instead of laying low during the summer months, here are ways to stick to a running plan.
5 tips on ways to survive and thrive as summer approaches.
If you do it correctly, a streak of running can help build confidence and motivation.
When your training partner relocates, how can you move on without your buddy?
A few reasons why scheduling a race can make a difference in your training.
Courtney interviews a local runner who shares tips on staying healthy as a masters runner.
Don't be afraid to run with others! Here are a few reasons to join a group run.
Even when work is number one priority on a business trip, you can still find time to work out!
If you have never run a relay, it's time for grab some teammates and go!
Courtney explains how cross-training helped her become a faster and stronger runner.
Do you set race, monthly, or even yearly goals? Find out how having benchmarks may help you.
Here are three great reasons why you should head to the trails this summer.