With fall marathons back on, we’re celebrating the return to racing—and the positive side effects it can have on our lives
Sharpen your speed and build high-intensity fatigue resistance with this simple cut down track workouts designed for improving 5K, 10K, half marathon, and marathon times
Plus, four workouts to get you past the beginner stage.
Yoga can help ease your pandemic-related anxiety—and teach you how to better cope with everyday stressors.
The most disciplined runners know how to not to always do the max. Here's how to nurture one of the skills that can separate those who achieve long-term success from those whose careers are often plagued by injury.
Tips from moms who have done it, including Olympic marathoner Aliphine Tuliamuk.
Coach Carl explains how to optimize your last weeks before the marathon to arrive fresh, strong and fast.
Thinking of taking the 13.1-mile plunge but not sure where to start? This half marathon plan will carry you from the sofa to the start line—and across the finish too.
Seven tips to help you train your best when your body is changing.
Taking risks can actually help manage your race-day anxiety. What do you have to lose?
At the end of the day, your definition of "bold" is completely your own.
To get the results you want, you have to stay in the game. Avoid getting sidelined with these preventative measures.
Fostering your own running community can help you find the strength to reach your goals.
Develop a bold-yet-realistic race plan, with tips on execution from the pros.
Train your mental strength, manage setbacks and disappointment, and build resilience and patience with tips from the pros.
Developing a strong foundation off the road is crucial for runners of all levels.
What does it mean to set bold goals—and what’s the best way to go after those?
Become a stronger, bolder runner—whatever your goals.
These power women guide many of the NCAA’s top athletes to championships and podiums—here’s their advice for taking your own running to the next level.
If you’ve never run before, 26.2 miles can feel like an impossible distance—but it’s more than doable with our zero to 5K to 10K to half to full marathon training plan.
When it comes to yoga, the right poses can prep you for a great run and help you feel aces after.
How a Boston-based program is using running, fitness, and holistic care to help veterans in life after service
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.
Thanks to the hive mind on Twitter for helping an eager, but struggling new runner.
Here’s Some Good News: Masters Athletes Can Reduce Performance Declines with High-Intensity Workouts
If you train slower as you age, you are likely to lose performance at a greater rate per decade than if you train fast.
Feeling stiff and sore after a hard run? Massaging tired muscles with one of these might be just what you need to get you out the door the next morning.
Olympian Alan Culpepper explains that any runner can train like the best in the world. It’s the mentality and approach that matters—not world-record speed.
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.
Masters-aged runners need to pay more attention to heat acclimation. Here's why.
After tearing her calf, writer and pro athlete Laura Siddall put three running alternatives to the test.
Use these moves to start strong and stay flexible in your early pregnancy.
Seven tips to help you survive the summer heat.
Think you can run and call it done? Think again.
Whether you’re looking to transition from pavement to dirt or just log more and faster miles off-road, Saucony athlete Katie Asmuth has you covered with hard-earned tips and advice
Feeling fit? Here's an 8-week plan to get you through 26.2.
If you're going to run a 26.2-mile race, you'll need a marathon training plan that incorporates proper strength training and recovery.
These mini hurdles can improve your running technique.
The question of what works and what doesn’t for peak ultra performance is surprisingly uncertain.
Permission to spend the rest of the day putting together the perfect playlist, granted.
All your questions about the OG distance, answered.