Our lives go through some big changes as masters-age runners. Here’s how to stay motivated and inspired to reach new goals.
The advice of a record-setting 73-year-old holds true for all ages and abilities, but especially for those of us who think we have a running expiration date.
Welcome to midlife mayhem, a special time in life nobody wants to talk about.
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.
While there's no doubt age brings change, with the right training approach and advice from Oiselle's Elite Grannies, there’s no reason to think you can’t run well no matter how old you are.
Taking care of the powerhouse hidden inside your cells can help you stay stronger longer.
A former elite competitor who keeps reviving his running — even at 81 with two artificial knees — provides guidelines for goals when returning from setbacks.
What can we all do to stay young? The answer to this question is more straightforward than you'd think.