Researchers explore the psychology of running injuries
Military researchers have spent years calculating the energy cost of hauling a pack in various conditions. Here's how to use what they’ve found.
The myth that running causes osteoarthritis and ruins your knees has long been debunked. But what if your joints are already ruined?
Keep getting your eight hours, but the science is more complicated than you might expect
It's called accidentology. Yes, that's a real word.
You'd think the fittest men and women on the planet would outlive the most sedentary ones. But you'd be wrong.
The post-exercise recovery trend has produced mountains of new research. But can you trust the results?
Thanks to smartphones and watches, athletes can track more data than ever. But is HRV all that really matters?
A long-standing debate on how to optimize your endurance efficiency gets a new infusion of data
A new study probes why athletes like Callum Hawkins sometimes push themselves to collapse