Robert James Reese

Robert is the former Executive Producer for Runner’s World Online. He has run over 60 marathons with a personal best of 2:52:11. 


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Why This Race-Time Predictor Should Be Part of Your Training Plan

Your approximate race time affects more than you might realize.

Meet the Jogging Stroller That Parents and Kids Alike Adore

Thanks to the BOB Rambler, you won’t feel like Sisyphus pushing your kid up the hill on your favorite route.

Photos From Our Awesome Run on the Ragged Edge of the World

Runner’s World VIP led a group of runners to the 2017 Big Sur International Marathon for a 26.2-mile adventure unlike any other.

A Closer Look at the Olympic Trials Qualifiers

Some barely squeaked in, while others made it with more than 20 minutes to spare.

Same Race, Different Goals

How to keep things interesting when you’re running the same marathon year after year.

12 Ways Parents of Small Children Can Sneak in a Run

You desperately need to escape for a few miles. Here’s how.

Don’t Forget About the Hills at the End of Big Sur

Yes, Hurricane Point is the biggest of the day. But it’s not the only one.

What to Pack for the Dopey Challenge
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Wanted: Marathoners for Pacing Research

All that’s required to participate in the study is the completion of a short online survey.

Running to Vote

It’s voting, but better.

Photos from the 2016 Marine Corps Marathon

A few of my favorite shots from a weekend spent at “The People’s Marathon” with Runner’s World VIP.

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Photos from the Chicago Marathon

A busy weekend of running in the Windy City with Runner’s World VIP.

To Run a Faster Marathon, Predict a Faster Marathon

If the calculator isn’t giving you the times you want, you’ll need to change the inputs.

I Started a Buffalo Stampede During My Trail Run

And that wasn’t even the most exciting part.

Running to Get Somewhere

Long runs are better when there’s something fun at the end.

Yard Work or Long Run?

Finding time for both can be a challenge.

Don’t Forget Breakfast

The “most important meal of the day” is especially important when you’re running long.

A Marathon-Sized Island

Good thing it wasn’t any bigger; 26.2 miles was enough of a challenge.

A Running Conversation with NASCAR Drivers

Guys who like to drive fast like to run fast too.

These Runners and Beers Are Made for Each Other

Which brew are you?

NASCAR Drivers Show Off Their 5K Speed

This race, the Jimmie Johnson Foundation 5K, was a little slower than the ones that they’re usually in.

Runners and GPS

We asked the Air Force about our fancy watches and the technology that makes them work.

Marathon Envy

It’s tough to rest while the rest of the world runs Boston.

Planning Out Marathon Weekend

A little preparation now will keep you from screwing everything up then.

Why You Should Run to Work

Now that the weather’s warmer, ditch the car. Here’s why.

Keys to the Perfect Family “Runcation”

Adding a running race to your family vacation can work well, but only if you do it right.

11 Things a Runner Never Wants to Hear

When on a run or in a race, these comments always make runners cringe.

Why Am I Hungry All the Time?

I’ve been eating too much lately and am not sure how to break the habit.

How the Race Was Won: Olympic Marathon Trials

A look at how the 2016 men’s and women’s races unfolded, via splits and stats.