It’s more common than you may think—especially in hot weather. Here’s how to fix the issue.
Rest days are incredibly important to happy and healthy running—but every runner’s recovery day will look different.
Making your workout a few minutes longer for recovery will be one of the best decisions you’ve ever made.
You need core stability to run efficiently and planks are one of the best exercises to help you achieve it.
You need these new exercises to keep you strong on the road.
You need both lower-body strength sessions and high-intensity runs to improve performance. Here’s how to optimize their outcomes.
Will a brew or two mess with fat loss and muscle gain during a HIIT routine?
Here’s how she balances a demanding career and a stacked training and racing schedule.
Minimize your injury risk and boost your running performance with this circuit.
You need this electrolyte for everyday function—and to perform your best on the run.
Take the time to slow things down with this circuit—you won’t regret it!
If you want to get faster and prevent injury, these workouts are worth considering.
If you’ve noticed your running form feeling weaker than usual, these exercises can help!
Here’s what the experts have to say, plus which stretches are recommended.
Avoid getting sidelined by incorporating this workout into your weekly routine.
After hot, sweaty runs, I even started to crave them.
It may not seem obvious, but building your upper-body muscles is important for logging more efficient miles.
These research-backed reasons will make you want to add it to your grocery list ASAP.
“There’s something so satisfying about a hard lift ... that’s different from running.”
“If you have the courage and the perseverance to go after your dreams, all things really are possible.”
Save time in the gym (or at home!) by hitting multiple muscle groups at once.
This comes after the death of one child and reports of adults, children, pets, and other objects being pulled underneath the Tread+.
All you need is a set of dumbbells.
Powerful legs equal faster speeds.
After many were canceled or postponed due to COVID-19, we can finally start marking our calendars again.
Fire up your core and challenge both your upper and lower body on the mat for faster, more efficient miles.
This combo of strength and cardiovascular work gives you a “big bang for your workout buck.”