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Even when you don't have equipment, you can still get in a great workout. Just apply a few simple rules of physics to get more from every move.
Cross-training doesn’t have to be a chore. Remove your running blinders to put a new spin on your training.
The short answer is: Kind of.
There isn't a lot of research into the relationship between yoga and running performance. But it provides a few key elements for runners.
Don't make these mistakes when it comes to band workouts.
Atalanta NYC runner Aoibhe Richardson gives her best cross-training advice.
We love using resistance bands for their versatility, effectiveness, and portability.
Give your trunk the strength and stability it needs to run pain free.
If you're looking for a low-impact option that still delivers on intensity, a StairMaster workout is the way to go.
Integrating strength work into your training can be confusing. Here's an 8-week, full-body program that removes all the guesswork.
These moves will do more than just increase your strength.
Building strength doesn't have to mean lifting weights.
Use the vertical climbing machine to increase fitness, improve form, and increase strength, all in your own home without heavy impact.
If you’re prone to running injury, “gluteal amnesia” may be the cause. Here are a few moves to switch on those important muscles.
Try incorporating these moves into your weekly workouts.
This total-body strength workout is ideal for runners of all levels. Start with one round and work your way up to two to three sets.
There are better ways to build a strong core.
These six exercises will help wake up and strengthen your ever-important glute muscles.
This quick and easy exercise works your glutes, hamstrings, quads, and calves.
Yoga can help ease your pandemic-related anxiety—and teach you how to better cope with everyday stressors.
What it feels like to train like the GOAT—no bike or tread needed.
A runner and former hurdler created ELXR Yoga to combine athleticism, alignment, mindfulness, and motivation.
Strength training can be intimidating if you don't know where to start, but once you get into it you'll find it's so empowering.
Use these moves to start strong and stay flexible in your early pregnancy.
Think you can run and call it done? Think again.
In addition to being straight-up impressive, this one exercise will help you move and run more efficiently.
These creative spins on the tabletop yoga move can help you access your deepest ab muscles, which are essential to building core stability.
Research shows that just five minutes of jumping rope before a run can make you a faster runner.
The benefits of building core strength go beyond the abs.
Strength and running coach Nell Rojas shares her favorite go-to strength workout.
No matter how experienced you are with swimming as cross-training, you can always get better—and these workouts can help.
This next-level dumbbell circuit will help improve core mobility and build a more efficient, powerful stride.
Simulate the aerobic benefits of running without adding more wear and tear to your body.
Running is really just hopping from one leg to the other. Working on your balance will lead to better performance.
What is plyometric training and how can it benefit you?
Build a stronger foundation by sprinkling these moves into your regular strength training routine.
What percentage of your running volume can you replace with other types of exercise and not have to adjust your goals?
Strength training is key for runners of all types. Try these exercises to get started and be ready to tackle any terrain.
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.
Running requires your limbs to act independently, so it makes sense to strengthen them independently.
Young runners are opting out of the gym sessions in favor of other, more fun cardio activities.
Doing the work of even the smallest maintenance exercises does wonders for both body and mind.
A wonky sacroiliac joint can crop up postpartum. Try this sequence to stabilize, stretch, and strengthen the tissues supporting this vital joint.
How many U.S. female marathoners are working out three times a week in a CrossFit gym and swimming 3,000 yards twice a week? One for sure. A look inside the “unorthodox” training regimen of Nell Rojas, and how her approach could help you run faster, feel stronger, and stave off injuries year-round.
Winter weather is way more enjoyable when you get out and play in it. Our complete cross-training guide will help you do just that.
If you can walk, hike, or run, you can snowshoe.
Cross-country skiing delivers a low impact, full-body workout.
When the winter weather gets dreary, try any one of these workout alternatives to stay active.
Seriously, all it takes is 20 minutes to increase speed and burn calories.