Exercise physiologist Shawn Bearden discusses pacing, training zones, the importance of judging effort and other aspects of his research into marathon and ultra running.
Flanagan, a 2:28-marathoner, details a week of workouts during her pandemic-era base training.
Perfect this key exercise to activate and strengthen essential running muscles on your backside.
With no races or practice sessions to motivate us, try this method to strengthen your mind-body connection and keep running fresh.
Tips for communicating with your coach in the age of physical distancing.
5 challenging core and glute exercises you can do at home using common household items.
With a return to racing nowhere in sight, a coach suggests ways to keep your running on a long-term upward trajectory.
The coaches of the U.S. Olympic Marathon Team runners are unusually diverse, but they all know how to get a runner in peak marathon shape. Here’s how they did it.
Hills build endurance, improve top-end speed and enhance VO2 Max while helping to keep you injury-free.
Three types of hill workouts you can do today to start seeing improvement in all aspects of your running.
Build strong, stable hips to avoid injury, stay tall and balanced, spend less time on the ground and propel yourself forward powerfully.
Spoiler alert! Those incessant emails offering the secret sauce or supplement for 100% strength immunity are 100% false. Time to rely upon science-based, expert-approved foods and supplements that actually work to support your immune system.
How to become a better runner even when track (and everything else) is canceled.
Running can give you a longer life, better sleep, improved immunity, mood and more—it’s even good for your knees and lower back.
A treadmill-specific workout, this tempo run variation builds strength, reduces impact and keeps it interesting.
Speed work will raise your aerobic capacity, but to improve performance, you need every piece of the fitness puzzle.
Riley, toughened on 120-mile weeks and 18-mile progression runs in Boulder, kept telling himself during the Trials, "There's no next time."
NCAA DII Grand Valley State University is dominant in their division and produced a disproportionate number of runners going to Atlanta. Here’s how.
Running camps are a boon for high schoolers. Here's why, and how to choose the best one for you.
Eight mobility exercises to ensure your joints can move freely for efficient, healthy running.
We like to think everything will go according to plan, but it rarely does. Why and how to adapt to personal schedules, abilities and obstacles.
Olympic hopeful Becky Wade shares every mile of a week in her training, plus explains how each elements works in her training strategy.
High intensity training has been proven to enhance health and running performance alike. Here's why you should go fast as well as long.
Olympic hopeful Matt McDonald shares every mile of a week in his training, plus perspectives on balancing running and doctoral studies.
Olympic marathoner Jared Ward shares every mile, every split of a week in his training, plus his marathon training insights.
If distance runners are so strong, why are they so skinny?
Runners face undue, and unhelpful, expectations around weight and eating. Here are tips to combat dangerous disorders and behaviors.
Conventional wisdom on injury from running on hard surfaces like concrete or at fast speeds are typically untrue, but what role do they play?
Why runners get better together: 7 scientifically-proven reasons you should find a training partner or group.
4 reasons why running consistently helps you enjoy every run more, and get injured less often.
To stay healthy and fast as a master, consider tempering your long runs, but keep hitting the hills and tempo runs.
Timing training is crucial in young runners' growth cycles, but the most important thing you can do is help them build a love for the sport.