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.
Research shows how you address yourself on challenging runs affects your performance.
Falling short doesn’t mean failing.
During one of the hottest Trials in recent history, the country's best athletes made us laugh, made us smile, and delivered up some A+ quotes on what it means to push past our believed limits.
We all have the moments (or weeks) where we don't want to run. Here are a few simple tricks to break out of that.
Goals are great, but here’s how to set objectives based on your real-life training.
One runner shares her decades of love for lacing up, and what inspires her to keep moving forward.
An object in motion tends to stay in motion (Newton, 1686). Unfortunately, an object sitting on the couch also tends to stay on the couch—unless moved by a powerful force that could very well be generated by one of these science-backed motivational strategies.
Power through tough workouts or races with wise words from the pros.
What science says about setting meaningful, internally motivating, and satisfying goals that are exciting but not overwhelming.
Uncertainty around the race calendar can wreak havoc with motivation—let's get over the mental hump.
One runner reflects on the meaning behind her miles in 2020.
The skills that allow you to adapt and endure during a race can get you through the challenge and unpredictability of the coronavirus pandemic.
Sometimes we need a little bit of time to contemplate our feelings about running. Here's how to make sure you are the perfect match.
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