If you’re lining up in the marathon corral without having used starting blocks, you’re doing yourself a serious disservice. True speed work—training your maximal velocity—belongs in every runner’s...
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Race Report 2014: Outside Endorsed Trail Races
A writer discovers the most underrated, painful, and demeaning obstacle in the world—the burpee.
Buckle up those shoes, pilgrim; it's time for a turkey trot. Do you know which race you're hitting up? We do.
Meb Keflezighi won the prestigious NYC Marathon in 2009, and is a force in every race he runs. But he'll need to overcome injury—and some hungry young competition—to nab another title.
Alberto Salazar has almost given his life to the sport on multiple occasions—he was once read his last rites after crossing a finish line with a 108-degree fever—and he's lived to share a few pieces...
Our resident newbie runner dives into the science behind the sport's most controversial recovery technique.
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Following the revelation that the American sprinter tested positive for a banned substance, reports have connected Tyson Gay with an "anti-aging" clinic in Georgia. Brian Alexander explains why...
Midway through her first 50-mile trail race, Katie Arnold finds out that running may just be the easiest thing in the world—once you get over the competition, pain, and landscape that doesn't seem to...
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