With a book available for every type of runner, you'll be sure the athlete in your life is well read.
These 5 destination races are perfect for runners looking to escape the winter cold and race in warmer climates.
Destination race blogger T-Rex Runner explains which races with impressive fall foliage you should check out this year.
T-Rex Runner offers advice to disillusioned runners for those dreaded days when running feels more like a chore than a stress reliever.
Why sacrifice your running on strength training days? With these three workouts, you can train your muscles and keep up with your running.
Instead of surrendering to the summer heat, try passing on the distance runs and use this opportunity to focus on your weak spots.
Our blogger captures the experience of running through one of the most beautiful cities in the world and shares her travel tips.
T-Rex Runner has a race coming up and as she plans her goals, she is wondering if running for time or for fun are mutually exclusive.
Many runners rely on a little jolt to start their engines—but is that a good thing?
After running over 50 marathons, our Marathon Maniac decided to work on her mental game and create her own race day mantra.
After running 50 marathons, our Marathon Maniac (understandably) needed a break. Here's what she learned from her time away.
If you've always dreamt of a negative split—finishing the second half of your race faster than the first—these tips can get you there.
If you've already abandoned your New Year's resolutions, here are some attainable goals you can set—and keep—all year long.
If you're bored with training, getting injured or mindlessly going through the motions, it may be time for a distance change.
Of course the big city marathons like Boston, New York and Chicago are a must-do, but here's why you should do some small races too.
Our Marathon Maniac shares what it was like to run the small Nevis Marathon and has some tips for hot and humid destination racing.
On a recent trip, our Marathon Maniac had every intention of running while away from home. Instead, she found a million reasons to not run.
Our Marathon Maniac contemplates what it’s really like to consistently aim for greatness.
What does it take for a woman to place first overall at one of the world’s hardest ultramarathons or to run for 300 miles without sleep?
And its not due to underwhelming athletic ability.
This unique race take runners from Kentucky to West Virginia—two places at once, anyone?
Our Marathon Maniac looks back at some of her races and shares stories of her biggest cheerleader along the way.
Our Marathon Maniac recently made the trek to Antigua for the Run in Paradise.
She had a great time learning from runners in the Capital of Casual.
Our Marathon Maniac was once your average runner looking to sweat for emotional salvation until her first half.
A trip to a Jamaican high school left Danielle inspired and ready to help.
Pushing yourself may be uncomfortable, but sometimes it is the best thing you can do.
Our Marathon Maniac discovers that when it comes to trail running, she’s not exactly a natural—and maybe that’s a good thing.
Get off the elliptical and try one of these other activities!
Our Marathon Maniac explains how she went from a weight-room phobic to a strength-training evangelist.
Heart rate training may be the key to your easy days.
Don't be afraid to find a new running crew when moving to a new city.
Danielle goes back to why she started running after returning from back surgery.