After training in Ethiopia, an elite marathoner starts to learn their success stems as much from how they approach running as from what they do in training.
The sequel to the popular wrist fruit is coming—here are some basic specs on what to expect.
The runner, not the watch, determines your pace and effort.
Because sometimes it feels like it takes FOREVER.
What features should you be looking for in a wearable? One expert breaks it down.
A new band shifts the placement of your watch for easier viewing.
Ditch your GPS watch for your next race and see what it is like to run by feel.
Sometimes you don't need to be plugged in on every single run.
Is the race course long? Not exactly. Here's why you shouldn't always trust the GPS.