Race stories do more than entertain—they help assess what went well, what went wrong and what you can do better.
The ideas you hold most strongly may be holding you back. Top runners and coaches share changes that led to success.
Young champions remind us how running goals are the most powerful key to success.
Focusing on your arm swing is a quick and effective way to improve your stride.
Most of us are not going to do 110-mile weeks, but we can learn from elite examples and apply the same principles to become our best.
Trust your body, your mind and your training over the data from specific workouts.
The strongest muscles in the world won't help if they're not activating properly during the running stride
These tricks for running will get you out the door faster, keep you comfortable, and make training more convenient and consistent
Breathing techniques can help you maintain better focus, control your effort, and channel anxiety into positive energy
Whether you want to PR or just finish, this training plan can help you jump from a 5K to a 5-miler. Here's how to choose the proper effort.
Ten motivational tips to get you out on the road or trail on days you just don't feel like running
Sometimes life commitments cause us to miss a run—or weeks worth of runs.
Coach Jason Koop explains that success at running an ultramarathon isn't about being fast, it's about preventing failures.
These Indigenous runners employ a simple but effective approach to running long distances.
Adding anaerobic training—sprints, plyometrics, and weightlifting—to your regimen will increase speed, power, and running economy
The pros and cons of training by time or training by distance