It’s tempting to stretch them, but other methods might help more.
Follow these tips, whether you’re a beginner, coming back from a break, or pushing the pace.
If you are feeling blah now that it’s colder and darker, use these tips to stay motivated.
The temps on the weather forecast won’t feel the same when you’re moving, so follow this advice on how to dress for them.
The duration of your recovery period depends on a few key factors.
If you’re coming down with something—and you’re confident it’s not COVID-19—here’s when to push through and when to take a break.
Body dragging postrun? You need these strategies for feeling better, faster.
The causes are numerous, so beat the spasms before they strike.
Mimic the intensity to train your body for what’s to come.
It’s never too late to get moving, but here’s how to wisely ease into the sport.
It’s a simple, free approach to measure your overall fitness progression.
Know what to avoid—and what to do— to set yourself up for a better a.m. run.
Heed this expert advice when prepping for your first crack at 26.2 miles.
When fighting the alarm or lower temps, here’s some motivation to get you going.
Don’t make these beginner mistakes before you hit the roads or trails.
Having another goal on the horizon will keep you motivated after you cross the finish line.
Does your stomach feel like a bottomless pit postrun? Been there. Here’s what to do.
Training your body to work more efficiently will help you out on race day.
Once you heal, use some simple strength exercises to stay injury-free.
Why you need to build a base before cranking up the speed.
Big things can get in the way of training, but you can make a quick comeback.
While you need to get in fuel, stopping for extended periods could have consequences.
More goes into planning a destination race, but you can get ahead of any problems.
Your body needs energy to move, and there is an intricate system in place to help you go the distance.
When moving up to longer races, dialing back your runs will be important.
Follow 10 simple rules to make tough summer runs more enjoyable.