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Here’s how to set your little striders up for long-term health and fitness success.
It costs nothing but your time, but it is so worth it.
Even if it's a rest day or you just don't have time to get in a workout, here's why you should still set aside a half hour and get walking.
Two finish lines are better than one. But make sure you train right so you can cross both.
Seven tips to help you train your best when your body is changing.
Thanks to the hive mind on Twitter for helping an eager, but struggling new runner.
All your questions about the OG distance, answered.
Whether you’re a tortoise or a hare, a lover of hills, or rock-bounding trail runner, exploring your athletic DNA can help make sense of your training.
This masters runner had no idea where she was headed in the sport when she first started. Now, she's coaching runners just like her.
The key to a lifelong enjoyment of running is to start out gradually. Here’s how to safely build to 30 minutes of continuous running.
Running the second half of a race faster than you run the first half is a proven formula for success.
Everything you need to get from start to finish of your first race.
A roundup of resources for parents who want to help their young runners to stay active.
Want to learn to love running? Start a routine safely by beginning gradually, to reduce the risks of injuries and burnout. Here’s how.
Researchers in London found even low key marathon training reduced "vascular age" by four years.
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Choosing a lower mileage training plan for your first marathon may help you avoid unnecessary burnout and injury.
Take a look inside our August 2018 "Beginner's issue," on newsstands July 17.
A registered dietitian offers five fueling tips for runners new to the sport.
Run Selfie Repeat outlines the 12 scariest things runners face when training and running their first half marathon.
Runners share memories of their very first races, from 5Ks all the way up to half marathons.
Run Selfie Repeat offers tips for runners preparing to run their first half marathon.
One coach shares why walk breaks shouldn't be used indefinitely and how new runners can slowly—and safely—transition away from them.
Freeletics asked its 15 million users what they wished they knew before they took on the marathon—and now you can learn from their mistakes.
Whether you are new to running or getting back into a routine after many years off, these tips will keep you running strong at any age.
Anyone can be a runner, but not everyone can make it through the new runner struggle. You can, however, if you just learn this secret.
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 mainly stuck to outdoor workouts, here is a complete guide from a pro on how to feel comfortable—and be polite!—in the gym.
Think you're ready to move past the marathon? Then ultras are for you and these five are a great place to move up your mileage.
There's more to consider beyond where and when it will be. Fat Girl Running shares what you should know for the perfect first race day.
Consider this to be your go-to guide for your first 13.1.
Running can be intimidating when you are first starting out.
Starting a training program for the first time can be overwhelming, but we've got you covered.