A unique 1000-meter ladder workout you can do at almost any time in your training cycle for the 5K or 10K.
One of the simplest types of speed work, progression runs add variety and intensity to your training while requiring minimal recovery.
Coach Carl explains the importance of neuromuscular training for the 5K and how to easily integrate it into your runs.
Elle Purrier's coach, Mark Coogan, explains the gradual buildup of a big aerobic base for the American record holder.
If you do no other warm-up, do this. Why and how every runner should spend 3 minutes before every run doing leg swings.
Is it all in your head, or is running on the 'mill actually harder? Here are five reasons why the treadmill can feel like a chore.
Get the most out of your treadmill workouts by trying these three approaches.
Smart half marathon training will land you that PR.
Seven scientifically-proven reasons you should find a training partner or group.
Here's exactly what it means and how important it is.
Yes, it's freezing. But getting out of the house and into the cold could be good for you.
What can a half marathon do for an Olympic hopeful during the thick of training? We asked what these runners got out of their tune-up races.
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If you're going for your best marathon yet, this Olympian has advice. Use her mental tricks to get to the finish line fast.
She’s going for a personal best at the 2019 Chicago Marathon, but the entrepreneur and mom of two won’t spend her taper time on the couch.
She is the second-fastest U.S. woman to ever run the marathon, but she's still learning how to train for—and race—26.2 miles.
The Boston Athletic Association released its registration dates for the April 20, 2020 race. Get that BQ and mark your calendars.
Longer stride and quicker cadence don’t separate us from elite runners. Research suggests their biomechanics allow them to spend less time on the ground.
Runners have a “never surrender” attitude, but sometimes it’s best to save yourself (and your body) for another day.
Some events don’t allow entry deferrals for any reason, including when you’re expecting a child.
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Excerpted from Hansons First Marathon, this flowchart will help you figure out how to start training for your first 26.2.
It's important for injury prevention to put pre-race warm-up drills to work—especially in the wintertime.
The ability to talk comfortably while running is a sign that you're maintaining a good pace for your longer training runs.
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.
It’s possible to run sockless without developing blisters or experiencing chafing—but you’ll need a few tricks up your sleeve before you try.
Self-coaching comes down to one simple—and simultaneously difficult—thing: holding yourself accountable.
Whether you’re a new or experienced mom, you can get back to running pain- and leak-free with one of our expert-approved programs.
Pros Gwen Jorgensen, Colleen Quigley, and Lauren Floris talk about goal races, motivation, and their ability to be flexible.
Seven months into her first pregnancy, pro runner Neely Spence Gracey is devoting much of her free time to coaching others.
Coach Hillary Kigar explains how runners can use the power of the mind to help them on race day.
There’s a race for everyone. Here’s how to find the right one for you.