Training at race pace only hones your current abilities. You need build the pillars of endurance and pure speed to raise your peak to new heights.
Most similar research focused on one or two subjects; this paper looked at many more, including Eliud Kipchoge.
Want to train at the right intensity? The simple talk test is proven to be as accurate as new technologies.
An exclusive interview with the 2018 cross-country gold medalist.
This simple, pre-run lunge matrix gets your brain, muscles, connective tissue and joints talking to one another, and will make you a stronger, more durable runner.
Steady pacing is proven to be the most effective strategy in long races, so why is it so hard to achieve? Plus: The keys to mastering pacing.
Scientists use mathematical models to accurately predict marathon times — and when you're overtraining — from recorded training data. App to come. Watch this space.
A short hill with extras provides the context for three challenging and fun workouts that train you to pace your effort and power over the top.
By measuring biomechanical stress, you may be able to reduce injuries and improve training and racing, says a new paper.
The performance benefits of the world’s favorite chemical could be washed out if it causes trouble in your gut.
Trail running — and sitting mid-run — can be major stress busters.
The case for occasionally hitting training hard for two to three days — then recovering harder. Plus 3 rules for crash training carefully.
This kettlebell workout circuit will add strength and efficiency to your stride. You don't need much, just this guide, a bit of space, and a kettlebell.
You’ve done the hard work to have a great race, and now’s the time to stay sharp, keep cool, and get excited.
Our 3-part series of core stability exercises will alleviate pain, bolster training durability, find seconds on the clock, and improve your form. Here's how.
Is your pup a trail runner's best friend?
Athletes tend to have a more diverse gut microbiome. But does it make a difference in athletic performance?
A simple test for new racers to predict their performance, set appropriate goals and plan their paces in training and racing.
With most marathons canceled, Miller had to organize his own race to run a sub-3-hour marathon in the 2020s, his sixth decade under the mark.
You don’t always need to add reps or sets to get a harder workout. Challenging your body to fight instability will make an exercise harder and offer some variety to your workout.
No matter how experienced you are with swimming as cross-training, you can always get better—and these workouts can help.
Having balanced shoulder muscles sets the foundation for maintaining impeccable running posture.
A parent’s guide to the best ways to help your cross country runner succeed and enjoy the sport.
Every runner’s strength program should include a version of the deadlift. Here’s how to do them safely and effectively.
A training week doesn't need to be 7 days. Here are some variations on how to schedule your training to get in all your workouts and enough recovery.