If you want to have success, you need to be honest about where your fitness level is and how dedicated you actually are to training.
With everyone planning their yearly goals, one runner shares how she is kicking off the New Year to set herself up for success.
A break is almost as important as the running you do during training. Here is why you need to take an off-season and rest.
There are so many ways that cross training can strengthen your body and your running. Eat Pray Run DC shares her top three.
Racing is awesome, but it turns out, spectating can be just as fun! Don't believe us? Eat Pray Run, DC shares three reasons why.
Eat Pray Run DC was just on vacation in Las Vegas and still was able to get in a solid amount of mileage. Here's how she did it.
When it comes to half or full marathon training, the track is a great place to work on your speed.
One runner recommends you follow these 3 rules when it comes to choosing a summer race to make it a bit easier.
Don't fear—there are many spring races still open and waiting for you to run!
You will so agree—and laugh—at the one last thing.
It turns out that watching the best runners in our sport was also a great learning experience.
Sharing your running life with others could have a positive effect on your training.
Thinking of doing a run streak this holiday season? One streaker has the pros and cons.
After six marathons, one runner learned some very important lessons.
Here's how to set realistic but challenging goals—and go after them.
Unplug those headphones and find out why you should run music-free.
Go through this list before you pick your target race.
Increasing long run miles means you have to pay attention to fuel. Here's what works for Courtney.
Our blogger tried them all to find out which works best for runners.
Even when work is number one priority on a business trip, you can still find time to work out!
Courtney shares how afternoons in the park with her dad made her love the sport of running.