It's Healthy. And I Can Stop Any Time.
Seeking the high all day, every day
It Could Save Your Life
It may be the best natural medicine there is
It'll Get You Promoted (I Hope)
Running-junkie boss? Lace up.
It's the Only Way to Tire Out the Dog
Even the staunchest anti-runner can't say no to a puppy with energy to burn
Not Sold? Five More Reasons to Run.
From eternal youth (kind of) to GPS genitalia, a whole world of perks awaits
Why We Run
Your ultimate guide to achieving running bliss—mind, body, and soles.
The 10 Most Iconic Races in the U.S.
Over 19 million people finished one of 28,200 U.S. road races in 2013, according to the most recent report from nonprofit stats keeper Running USA. Yes, those are records for participation and events. And the numbers keep rising as the sport finds new enthusiasts and spawns more organized reasons to run. Here, we pay tribute to ten races that have set the standard over the years—both on city streets, and in the wild backcountry—with cool courses, fascinating histories, and unforgettable atmospheres.
How To Make GPS Art
Fun-ify your workouts by running cats, names, or something naughty
How To Start Your Own Virtual Race
With fun medals and no cops, cones, or 6 a.m. start times to worry about, virtual racing is taking off. Here’s how to get in on the action.
5 Steps to Running Your Fastest Mile
U.S. champ miler Will Leer leads the way to your next PR
It Gets You Out of the Cage
Break out of the office zoo and run wild
Rory Bosio Doesn't Really Train
In the grueling high-burnout world of ultrarunning, she's an anomaly: a low-key athlete who thrives on unstructured training, competes by instinct, and routinely crushes men in the sport's most prestigious race
5 Biggest Beginner Running Mistakes
So you want to start running? Make sure to get off on the right foot by avoiding these five common newbie errors.
Jenn Shelton’s Ultimate Ultrarunning Tips
Listen up, newbies! The ‘Born to Run’ star learned some stuff the hard way so you don’t have to