You probably prefer one over the other, but there are actually good reasons for both.
And how run clubs offer the community we need for mental well-being.
Stoko’s innovative clothing helps to keep your stride on point, so you can run efficiently and protect against injury.
Your eyes, just like your skin, need UV protection. Here’s what to look for in glasses to keep you covered.
These adhesive strips are meant to support your stride. Learn about them before you buy in.
Not only will you build speed, but you’ll also burn fat and improve running form.
Running or racing 6.2 miles can be both fun and challenging, as long as you know how to do it.
These two areas are vulnerable to overuse issues that could put a damper on your running.
This small body part needs more attention if you want to maximize your performance.
Opting out of posting my workout metrics helped me stop comparing myself to other runners.
Mixing up how you sweat outside will help you run stronger—and longer.
It’s not just about your quads and calves.
Can this diet method help you meet your weight and performance goals? We have the answers.
Your feet are super adaptable—but you have to give them time to adjust.
As little as 20 minutes twice a week can help you make gains. Learn how to make every minute count.
Running inside can be a great way for novices to dial in their form and get a feel for pacing.
This joint is crucial in helping you get the most out of every step.
Certain face masks claim to improve endurance performance by restricting how much air you can breathe in. But are they legit?
The stronger your lats are, the more force you can generate on the run.
Percussive therapy devices are everywhere nowadays—but are they worth it?
Crush 6.2 miles with workout advice and race day strategies from the pros.
Skipping your breakfast could impact your weight and performance.
The metric is becoming more widely available on running watches—and can help you get more out of every workout.
Run your intervals at the right speeds to make sure you’re getting the most out of each effort.
These three amino acids could help you feel less tired and sore after a workout. Here’s the scoop.
The boots use pneumatic compression to flush waste buildup in your cells and relieve muscle soreness. But are they worth the price?
Get faster this winter without stepping foot on a track—or in the snow.