Charge up your running to prevent everything from muscle cramps to brain drain.
Two finish lines are better than one. But make sure you train right so you can cross both.
These power women guide many of the NCAA’s top athletes to championships and podiums—here’s their advice for taking your own running to the next level.
In this exclusive course for Outside+ members, elite coach Tom Schwartz guides you through drills, strength training, and specialized workouts to improve your top end speed, so you can run faster and more efficiently at any distance.
The case for occasionally hitting training hard for two to three days—then recovering harder. Plus, 3 rules for crash training carefully.
Life takes over. You get injured, sick, or sidetracked and training isn't going as planned. You can still salvage your next race.
Longer stride and quicker cadence don’t separate us from elite runners. Research suggests their biomechanics allow them to spend less time on the ground.
Runners have a “never surrender” attitude, but sometimes it’s best to save yourself (and your body) for another day.
Retired pro triathlete Bruckner Chase offers his best advice for runners interested in trying an open-water swim.
Pros Gwen Jorgensen, Colleen Quigley, and Lauren Floris talk about goal races, motivation, and their ability to be flexible.
Once you find your sole mate, never let it go.
Shift your racing mindset with power phrases.
You can learn a lot from a running coach, but after finding one of her own, these three pieces of advice stuck out to one runner.
Don't give yourself an easy 'out' for reaching your goals—instead, see why many coaches recommend working toward one thing.
Some training plans have you run for a set amount of time and some for a specific distance. So which one is best? We have the answer.
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.
So you're on the metaphorical bench—here's how to deal.
New city, new surroundings, new running routine.
Searching for an alternative for water? On your next easy run, try these suggestions from our resident coach.
Runners just need to maintain a 19 minute/mile pace to beat the 30-hour cutoff time
Discover how one simple shoe swap greatly benefitted her run.
Mental training ahead of race day is key—and the only way to get in a racing state of mind is to do a practice run (pun intended).
Here is how one runner approached it and found surprising benefits.
Every runner has long runs during their training, but how fast should you be running them?
If your home gym feels a bit more like a hole than a home, give these easy tricks a try to up the morale while you're on the treadmill.
There are creative ways to keep the motivation running after the finish line.
Runners get performance anxiety for a number of reasons.
Because life will always try to get in the way of your training.
Of course we always recommend at least checking in with your doctor.
These are perhaps the most important two weeks of the entire training time. Use them wisely.
It's all about trial and error with some, and honesty with yourself for the others.
Many runners want to do both—but can you do both at the same time?
Once you recognize you're not invincible, there's room to do the things to help you heal from a postpartum running injury.
Joan Benoit Samuelson and Abbott's medical director share their tried-and-true mental tips for runners.
If you have taken time off, here are a few things to keep in mind before you lace up again.
Two doctors offer best tips for easing back into that routine after a winter season off.
What usually starts with a bang can sometimes fizzle a bit as the training progresses. Don't let that happen to you.
If you want to cover a few miles with your pup, learn these crucial habits first.