The most disciplined runners know how to not to always do the max. Here's how to nurture one of the skills that can separate those who achieve long-term success from those whose careers are often plagued by injury.
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.
Here’s Some Good News: Masters Athletes Can Reduce Performance Declines with High-Intensity Workouts
If you train slower as you age, you are likely to lose performance at a greater rate per decade than if you train fast.
She won the Olympic Trials in record time under a heat warning in Oregon. It was a preview of what’s to come in Japan.
She never expected to play a part in Canada’s rising tide of women’s distance talent, but as the national record holder, Malindi Elmore is leading the way at the 2021 Olympic marathon.
First-time Olympian Alicia Monson qualified for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics in the 10,000 meters. Coach Dathan Ritzenhein shares the workouts he used to keep her fresh during her buildup.
With an estimated 82.4 million refugees worldwide, these two women heading to the Olympics want to inspire hope for all of them.
Eating enough food can be a high stakes game for athletes.
Free-flowing, feel-based long runs still have a place in structured training plans.
While there's no doubt age brings change, with the right training approach and advice from Oiselle's Elite Grannies, there’s no reason to think you can’t run well no matter how old you are.
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.
Despite what you may have heard, you do not need mega-mile weeks to thrive as a runner. Three elites offer advice on how to run your best with less volume.
Training in a depleted state could have different effects on female athletes and male athletes. But for everyone, it comes with potential risks.