Whether you’re sticking to sidewalks or braving the sand, here’s what you need to know to avoid injury on the most common running surfaces.
When the winter weather gets dreary, try any one of these workout alternatives to stay active.
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Fun fact: It’s the only marathon in the world that’s technically run on water.
Sometimes listening to your body and breaking with a rigid workout schedule is just what you need to recover and perform better down the line.
Two years after she fell off a cliff while fleeing an attacker, Hannah Gavios finished the NYC Marathon.
It's important for injury prevention to put pre-race warm-up drills to work—especially in the wintertime.
Societal pressures often make women feel guilty for consuming the amounts of food that their bodies need to maintain active, healthy lifestyles.
If you meet the qualifying time standard of 2:45:00, you'll be invited to compete at the U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials in 2020.
Self-coaching comes down to one simple—and simultaneously difficult—thing: holding yourself accountable.
The Nike Oregon Project is one of professional running’s most successful training organizations. So why is it always steeped in controversy?
Runners can give back this holiday season by supporting charitable organizations that make it possible for others to embrace the sport.
Let’s face it: Running is hard. Try any of these tips and tricks to get yourself through when the miles are feeling longer than normal.
Several NCAA Division 1 teams have the potential to unseat University of New Mexico during the 2018 cross-country season.
If there was a resource you could use to immediately run four percent faster, would you buy it?
A running store employee highlights the value of in-person shopping for running shoes in an age when online shopping is king.
Even in 2018, men remain the primary focus of sports media coverage.
How one runner found her new group with help from a local running store.
Each of these new gadgets has the potential to teach runners something new about the way they run.
Sticking to your workout schedule is all well and good—until your natural competitive streak inspires you to bump up the intensity.
Billy Mills' historic Olympic race to the 10K gold in 1964 is one of the performances that inspired this young runner's career.
Try these three practices every day to keep your body healthy and happy.
Many pros run two times each day, but what about recreational athletes? One runner weighs the pros and cons of this training strategy.
The pressure to succeed got the best of me—until I learned to race without fear.
If you look like an elite, you must perform like an elite–right? Turns out it's not that simple.
In the wake of Roger Bannister's death, we explain why aspirational figures are so important for runner success.
Doing so introduces an element of doubt in your own performance that'll be hard to shake for the remainder of the race.
After losing her way while running along an unfamiliar trail, this runner had to push herself further–literally–than she'd ever run before.
How runners can apply the inspiration derived from watching this year's Winter Olympics in PyeongChang to their own athletic goals.
After she experienced pain resulting from hip alignment problems, this runner explains why proper alignment is so important in running.
An English runner explains the major differences between cross-country racing in the United States and the UK.
One runner makes an argument in favor of running–instead of resting–on her favorite holiday of the year.
Before you lace up for your next big race, confirm these three race day details to prepare your mind and body for the run ahead.
Eight years after a terrible turkey trot experience, this runner is grateful for the lesson it taught.
Reminiscing on her first run while visiting the U.S. Virgin Islands, one runner wishes the Caribbean a speedy hurricane recovery.
Curious to understand what all the pumpkin fuss is about, this runner tried a pumpkin diet for 24 hours–and loved it.
The injury recovery process is a tough one for runners. These tips can help you maintain mental fortitude as you're diving back into training post-injury.
Cooking meals is one way runners can better understand and appreciate the fuel they use to power their running.
Hollywood actors can save children from burning buildings, prevent disease outbreaks and protect secret identities. They just can't run.
Do you or does someone you know have an eating disorder? Here are five ways to tell.
Knowing your limits—and even communicating those with your buddy—has no shame in it.
In cross country, women race a shorter distance than the men. Here's why one runner is saying that needs to stop.
During her eating disorder recovery, one runner found strength through her cross country teammates.
A collegiate runner looks at what can happen when running becomes too much of a fixation in your life and resembles an obsession.