Integrating strength work into your training can be confusing. Here's an 8-week, full-body program that removes all the guesswork.
Aerobic capacity, not speed, is usually the limiting factor in how fast you can race, even for a distance as short as the 5K.
This short track session of 400-meter repeats will help you get fit fast. Here's a beginner and advanced version.
Stay healthy, motivated, and injury-free during the winter season.
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.
Take your health, fitness, and performance to the next level in 2022 with our comprehensive four-week plans.
Train for two races at once with this two-week guide that will give you double the fun while getting the necessary recovery.
Toeing the line for the first time since the pandemic may take you back to your first race ever.
These moves will do more than just increase your strength.
Elite runners from bone-chilling locations share 7 tips for surviving and thriving through the cold winter months.
Bust that treadmill boredom thanks to these three easy-to-execute treadmill workouts.
It's not always best to grit your teeth and bear it.
Here's an insider look at Seidel’s training strategy and workouts that led to her marathon success.
Building strength doesn't have to mean lifting weights.
A new review of studies finds that common injury-prevention rules don't hold up. We asked the researcher what does cause running injuries.
Push-ups for women runners can seem elusive. Here's how to master the OG strength-training move.
Use the vertical climbing machine to increase fitness, improve form, and increase strength, all in your own home without heavy impact.
Improve your top-end speed and snap with these short and fast hill repeats from run coach David Roche.
Three types of training that will improve your speed, stride, and stamina, but won't burn you out.
If you’re prone to running injury, “gluteal amnesia” may be the cause. Here are a few moves to switch on those important muscles.
A comeback is difficult, but doable.
Hill workouts are a great way to build speed and endurance, but they can be tough. Here's one that's fun.
After writing a ridiculously thorough guide on marathon training for women, Nolan is following the process of coming back slowly from her injuries and training for a fall marathon in 2022.
Blood flow restriction training, a new fitness trend, could boost your muscle strength, endurance, and help you recover from injury faster.
Hobbling around the house? These stretches will help relieve your discomfort (and feel good, too).
It's time to find your fastest self!
Plus, a look at the accuracy of heart rate monitors.
Whether you're training for 10K, half marathon, or a marathon, our experts recommend these sessions for the fall season.
Elements of sprint training can be beneficial to recreational distance runners, too.
Avoiding running burnout requires paying attention to how you spend your energy.
Ready to break a 10K barrier? Whether you’re shooting to race under 60, 50, or 45 minutes, we have the plan to help.
Get advice on how to properly prep your stomach during your final taper week.
Try incorporating these moves into your weekly workouts.
When things get soggy, keep moving with these runner-tested tips.
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.
Pain can be a performance ally if you take steps to manage your perspective on it.
Word cues: a simple strategy to beat back negative thoughts and keep yourself focused on executing your race plan.
There are better ways to build a strong core.
Don't just dominate the hills, conquer the whole course by running more strategically and finishing faster.
When you're still training hard, but not improving, it can be frustrating. It also can be a signal that you shouldn't ignore.
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.
There are 4 physiological reasons why consistent runs have an oversized effect on long-term growth. On a tough day, even 10 or 20 minutes can be plenty to spur progress.
Going slower every now and then may even help your fitness.
Two finish lines are better than one. But make sure you train right so you can cross both.
Do these moves to strengthen your upper body to run faster, stride more efficiently—and score a super-toned back and biceps.
Run/walk intervals aren't just for beginners. Whether you prefer the track, treadmill, or trails, there’s a workout for you.