From avoiding a "golden shower" to how much money—yes, money—to bring, Glynnis MacNicol tells you everything the NYC Marathon doesn't.
On July 4, 2012, runners gathered in Seward, Alaska, as they do every year, for a three-mile trail race up the mountain that looms 3,000 feet over Resurrection Bay. By the end of the day, two were in...
How Brother Colm O'Connell became the guru of Kenyan running.
The results are far from damning, but a study in this month's Mayo Clinic Proceedings presents evidence that excessive endurance exercise could do lasting damage to the heart.
Born with scoliosis and a left foot that toes out, the running legend focused on distance, where length could forgive injury, fatigue, bad form, and illness. In an ultra, the most important thing is...
Our quadrennial celebration of idealized human form and physiology discomforts at least one rehabilitation physician like a tight pair of slacks. Do the Olympics end up ranking people, or their...
Four stretches that will remedy tight hips, calves, and IT bands after a hard run
Outside shows you the 4 best yoga poses for runners including Low Lunge
Outside shows you the 4 best yoga poses for runners including Crescent Moon
Outside shows you the 4 best yoga poses for runners including the One-Legged Forward Bend
Outside shows you the 4 best yoga poses for runners including the Lateral Hip Stretch
In Town of Runners, which premieres at the Tribeca Film Festival this week, director Jerry Rothwell travels to Bekoji, Ethiopia—a hotbed of world-class long-distance runners such as Tirunesh Dibaba...
An interview with running legend and author Alberto Salazar
This interesting infographic shows the role that weather plays in records and qualifying times of the Boston Marathon.
The three keys, according to Chris Carmichael, are a smooth stride, explosive power, and a strong torso. Here's how to get them.