These moves will do more than just increase your strength.
A starter guide on upping your game through meditation.
Is there a special quality shared by top athletes who triumph over great challenges? And can anyone acquire it?
Try incorporating these moves into your weekly workouts.
This total-body strength workout is ideal for runners of all levels. Start with one round and work your way up to two to three sets.
The quick carbs and lean protein help with recovery.
There are better ways to build a strong core.
This powerhouse in a bowl can be served as a smaller side with meat, chicken, or fish.
Plus, science-backed ways to avoid dreaded stomach upset on the run.
Whether you are dealing with food intolerance or sensitivities, for an athlete, feeling even marginally better can translate to improved training.
Seven tips to help you train your best when your body is changing.
Making wild salmon at home doesn't need to be complicated. This recipe uses fewer than five ingredients to bring healthy protein to the table.
Fresh mussels are rich in vitamins and minerals, delicious, and incredibly easy and fast to cook.
This easy-to-prepare frittata is versatile enough to be served as breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
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.
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.
These pancakes are delicious on their own, but you can top them with syrup or additional sliced banana if you like.
Stay fit, happy, and healthy early in your pregnancy by feeding your body what it needs.
Use these moves to start strong and stay flexible in your early pregnancy.
Without adequate recovery—easy days, sleep, downtime—training adaptations go down the tubes.
The great textures and colors of this dish work well with any entrée and you can use any seasonal vegetables you'd like.
Whether you’re a tortoise or a hare, a lover of hills, or rock-bounding trail runner, exploring your athletic DNA can help make sense of your training.
It's easy to make your own chicken madras with a little spice and cool yogurt.
If you want to net a goal performance in your next race, follow these expert racing guidelines.
This is a super flavorful side or entrée, perfect for weekday or weekend meals.
We dive deep into the ketogenic diet and how to (or if you should) make it work for you.
Five equipment-free exercises to strengthen the hamstring, one of the most important and injury-prone muscles for running.
The benefits of building core strength go beyond the abs.
Plus how to know whether you're getting enough—or too much—sodium?
A homemade spicy-sweet Hoisin sauce makes these the ribs a quintessential family-style meal.
Over two to three months, take the time to practice your race pace with tempo runs. Trust us, the work will pay off.
Put it on repeat, please. This salad combines rich avocado with bitter greens and tart grapefruit into an oh-so-refreshing combination.
A classic Asian condiment, sambal, brings a little heat to this sautéed cod dish.
Do you know the difference between fast-twitch and slow-twitch?
Guidelines for keeping your training on track when you can't do your plan for the day or have to take days off.
Strengthening your core, which includes your back, is key to feeling your best postpartum.
Try these tips and moves for pelvic floor strength.
Every endurance athlete should practice at least the first of these measures in order to stay satisfied throughout the day.
A quick pasta dish perfect for light lunches or a last-minute dinner side.
For the first few minutes post-26.2 and through the next several weeks, here's a plan for a healthy recovery.
It’s in times like these that our brains and bodies need movement most, but it’s also exactly when we are least likely to exercise. This easy-to-follow challenge can help you fit a little more fitness into your day.
Don’t have the option to head outside or jump on a treadmill? Some run drills in your back pocket can help you feel like the runner you are in record time.
Get ready to spring off the start line and sprint toward the finish line with a new level of oomph!
Your core is going to be wiped after this!
This fast-moving circuit will build aerobic capacity, translating to faster, more efficient runs, improved cardio health, and easier climbs up stairs.
Warning: This workout is going to feel great, especially if you’re tired, achy, or stiff.
Get ready to build muscle stamina, better running form, and improved staying power.
Swimming can be a valuable cross-training tool—but there are some elements to which you'll need to pay very close attention.
In Run Strong, Stay Hungry, Jonathan Beverly finds that lifelong runners often stay committed by constantly resetting their goals.
In this excerpt from Running Rewired, author Jay Dicharry describes what your body feels every time you take it for a run.
This excerpt from Jay Dicharry's book Running Rewired explores why most runners are strong in the quads and weak in the glutes.
Author of Running Rewired Jay Dicharry offers a hip mobility test (and some quick fixes) for runners of all fitness levels.
In Run Strong, Stay Hungry, author Jonathan Beverly speaks with Joan Benoit Samuelson about her decision to continue running in her 50s.