How I rediscovered the joy of trails and muddy shoes following a skin-cancer scare
Your head is pounding, your muscles are cramping, and your heart is racing. Then you get dizzy and the vomiting starts. Heatstroke kills thousands of people every year. This is what it feels like—and how to know when you’re in danger.
The history of the oldest women’s-only race is the story of progress, but also of missed opportunities
Hydrogels, electrolytes, and drink frequency top the list at this year’s ACSM conference
When you’re in your fourth decade, you’re still young enough to run a personal best. But it’s also the beginning of the end.
Or how running and meditating both led one woman to the same unexpected place
You might not like his style, but Sir Mo gives his sport some much-needed attitude
Pico started running and climbing mountains ten years ago, after losing her foot to cancer
Data from the last world championships suggests you shouldn’t be concerned about your foot strike, no matter how you land
It’s tastier than gels are... and that’s the main selling point
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