Four ways to know if sleeping in on race day might be the best race plan of all.
We consider several of the reasons our fellow runners offer for lining up in the wrong corral on race day.
Pro runner Neely Spence Gracey explains how her approach to running is helping her through the tougher days of her pregnancy.
From gear mishaps to nutrition miscues, we’ve all had something go wrong on race day. Five runners share their biggest race-day mistake.
Check out our step-by-step guide of the famous Boston Marathon route.
Natalie Zimmerman is one of 17 educators who will be running on Hyland's All-Teacher Boston Marathon team.
The Newton Hills get a bad rep, but there are ways to train your body and mind to conquer them successfully.
As far away from home as they are, these two women are still determined to complete 26.2 miles on Marathon Monday.
Whether you’re in town to race or spectate, Boston is a fun, walkable city–so why not check some of these must-visit places off the list?
A mother runner who's expecting her second child this summer explains three of the most common myths about running through pregnancy.
Many runners worry about steep inclines, but downhill running can be even worse for your body when it comes to injuries.
One runner writes a letter addressing the struggle she and other athletes face during the transition from winter to spring.
Everyone's timeline is different–but these tips can help you decide what the best time is for you.
After receiving accusations of being a "selfish" mother, this athlete explains why pursuing a healthy lifestyle is better for her family.
Universal truths about how to run–properly.
Learning to battle those negative thoughts that bounce around inside your head is something many of us struggle with throughout our lives.
After announcing her pregnancy and break from pro running earlier this year, Neely Spence Gracey reflects on what running means to her.
After finishing her final World Marathon Majors race, The Runner Beans makes note of nine things runners should know before running Tokyo.
Doing so introduces an element of doubt in your own performance that'll be hard to shake for the remainder of the race.
If you're used to running anonymously on a treadmill, running outside can seem scary–but that doesn't mean the transition won't be worth it.
Check out the scenes from the 2018 Tel Aviv Samsung Marathon, which featured 40,000 runners across four distances.
Instead of training through pregnancy, this Boston qualifier decided to postpone her first Marathon Monday experience and try again later.
Are you making these training mistakes as you prepare for 13.1?
A triathlete who used to despise running shares her story.
Coach Hillary Kigar explains why runners are more likely to injure themselves in cold weather.
When it's cold outside and you can't run as far or as fast as you'd like, follow these tips to keep your winter marathon training going.
Experts share their tips and gear picks for safe running after dark.
These five tips can help you start and keep a new routine this year.
Is it better for your body to run on the asphalt than on the cement sidewalk? Coach Hillary Kigar advises.
Hoppe Feet took inspiration from Shalane Flanagan's NYC Marathon victory to secure her own victory in the REVEL Mt. Lemmon Half Marathon.
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.
Pacing your run by how you feel could be the key to getting faster.
Race Pace Jess explains why she decided against running during pregnancy.
This time of year, we often hear the phrase, "after the holidays." Instead of putting your fitness goals on hold, follow these tips to stay fit today!
These are three of the best reasons to run during the holiday season.
Coach Hillary Kigar shares a tip she picked up while listening to a lecture delivered by esteemed distance running coach Jack Daniels.
Study this 8-week plan to learn how incorporating hill workouts into your training can make you a stronger and faster runner.
With winter well on its way, we provide five tips to help you run your best in the rain.
There are several reasons why runners should be wary about "finish line decisions" and take a break before signing up for their next race.
After running the Ventura Half Marathon in October 2017, Nat Runs Far shares 5 reasons why runners should add it to their race bucket list.
Our new blogger Confessions of a Mother Runner explains how she uses a 1-mile treadmill workout to improve her running.
Coach Hillary Kigar offers her best piece of advice for new runners.
These six race day stories show the running world for what it is: a supportive community that embraces all new members.
When pre-race anxiety starts to get the best of you during taper time, these inspirational movies can serve as welcome distractions.
Hoppe Feet shares five things she recommends runners take into consideration when signing up for a destination race.
Whether you're struggling with an injury or a mental road block, dropping out of a race is a big decision.
Destination race blogger T-Rex Runner explains which races with impressive fall foliage you should check out this year.
New research supports the theory that most runners don't need to adjust their stride to get the results they want.
Blogger Stephanie Hoppe shares a race memory from two years ago, when she ran 26.2 miles with her fiancé one week before their wedding.
Do you or does someone you know want a spot on a college running team? Recruiter Meg Bellino with NCSA shares tips on how to get it.
One lap is 400 meters, or one-quarter of a mile.
If anyone knows about food, its her.
Four runner moms share the best advice they've received about fitting running into their busy lives.
If you find yourself on a run a few miles from home when an unexpected thunderstorm begins, here's how to keep yourself safe.
There's a trick to the madness.