Bust that treadmill boredom thanks to these three easy-to-execute treadmill workouts.
Race Pace Jess explains why she decided against running during pregnancy.
Race Pace Jess offers five tips that'll help runners change their negative thought patterns while training for or running a race.
When pre-race anxiety starts to get the best of you during taper time, these inspirational movies can serve as welcome distractions.
As a volunteer running coach for girls in grades 3-5, Race Pace Jess learned some lessons that work for both running and life.
Here's why you may want to take a break from racing and instead just enjoy the love you have for the sport by running for fun.
If you're getting ready for a relay race, here is everything you need to know to be prepared to go into your legs of the race.
This shoe was tested by over 300 runners during the development process and just launched April 1. Here's what you need to know about it.
Runners know that strong glutes are important—but do you know why? Learn about the two glute muscles and how to keep them strong.
If you're debating about running 26.2 but aren't sure you can handle it, this short list will help you find the answer you're looking for.
If you've been spending too much time tracking your mile splits and feel that running is a bit complicated lately, here's how to scale back.
These four moves will work your entire core without taking a ton of time out of your day. Do this core circuit a few times a week!
Good snacking habits means keeping healthy choices nearby. These are perfect because they won't go bad after a week in your desk drawer.
Dehydration can occur no matter the temperature and Race Pace Jess breaks down the most important steps to get enough water in winter.
Use this and toe the start line of your half marathon knowing exactly how you'll execute your pace over the next 13.1 miles.
As you set your goals for the next year, here is how you should plan your training if you want to toe the start line of a fall marathon.
If you are new to cold-weather running, here are some essentials that will keep you warm even through the coldest winter months.
Is the new Apple Watch Nike+ the watch that we've been waiting for? One runner shares her thoughts after multiple training runs.
You've finished your goal race and have entered the off-season. Now what? Here are 9 rules to keep you running strong (and make it fun!).
It turns out you may not be the only one lacking motivation. Race Pace Jess shares a secret about coaches you may not believe.
You've been training for months and race day is almost here—it's time to taper! Here's what you can expect as race day nears.
The middle of a training cycle isn't the time to make any drastic changes to your running form. Here are a few you can start making now.
The 2016 Olympic Games came to a close yesterday, but the inspiration these athletes gave us is not leaving any time soon.
Delaying a training run has more of an impact on you than you thought.
Check out Jess Underhill's author page.
We got a peak inside of English Gardner's Olympic bag to find out.
Did you know you can do speed workouts during a long run?
An injury or missing some of your training schedule doesn't have to completely derail you.
Nike has created some fancy tech—called AeroBlades—made specifically for the fastest runners.
If you want to add a bit of a challenge to your core routine, there's one small piece of equipment you need to get.
One runner looks at why training your brain is just as important as training your legs.
On June 2, Nike released their latest shoe to the public.
Race Pace Jess shares three key people in her running success.
What to do when injury strikes right before your big goal race.
Consider this to be your go-to guide for your first 13.1.
New Balance has some great new shoes coming out in the fall and one blogger has all of the details.
Sometimes all it takes is the perfect song—on the perfect playlist—to get and keep you moving.
Training logs can make you a better runner—if you are using them the right way.
Nike continues to innovate on the running front—and it's in high gear in this Olympic year.
The runner, not the watch, determines your pace and effort.
This is something you are going to want to repeat.
Sometimes you just need to run in the cold to stick to those race goals.
Including a sample weekly plan so you can really do it all.
Don't be afraid of strength training. This guide will help you get started.
This step-by-step guide is perfect for setting goals for the New Year—or re-evaluating your current goals.
What one runner has learned about her personal health and wellness during the holidays.
This core work can be done even if you are short on time.