Running

Celebrities Love the New York City Marathon

It’s not the most prestigious (that goes to Boston) or the fastest (has to be Berlin), but the New York Marathon is certainly the most popular marathon in the world—with celebrities....

The 80/20 Rule: When You Should Train Less Intensely

For more than a decade, HIIT, or high-intensity interval training, has been touted as a miracle workout for its efficiency. We've been told that HIIT produces the most positive training effects...

The New Injury-Proofing Rules for Runners

Kelly Starrett is on a mission to keep runners on their feet and out of the physical therapist’s office. Given Starrett is a physical therapist himself, it may seem an odd goal. But the...

8 Training Secrets from Meb Keflezighi

Last April at the Boston Marathon, when at the seven-mile mark Meb Keflezighi pulled away from one of the strongest fields in the race’s 118-year history, the other elite runners let him...

How Fast Is Berlin and Why?

Running in excellent conditions yesterday in Berlin, Kenya’s Dennis Kimetto broke the world record in the men...

5 Brain Tricks for a Better Race

If you think you get fast through physical training alone, you could be missing out on half the process. Pete Magill is the record holder of the fastest-ever masters 5K and 10K and co-author of ...

Ultrarunning's Humble Champion

Ten years ago, ultrarunning was a solitary pursuit for fifty-somethings working their way through a midlife crisis. But as the sport has grown—participation has nearly tripled since 2007...

A Lower-Body Blasting Workout

You're not going to get anywhere without powerful legs. But to develop a truly powerful and resilient lower body, you'll need to pair explosive training with moves that force you to work across...

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