How top runners are experiencing COVID-19 vaccine symptoms and adapting their training. Plus six doctor's guidelines.
Pro runner Max King offers tips, tricks, and helpful perspective.
Coach Carl explains how to combine all the training elements for the 5K into an effective plan.
In our final segment of this series, we spoke with three sports psychologists about how to prioritize mental health alongside physical health.
Coach Carl explains the critical importance of VO2 Max training for the 5K, and introduces "hammer" workouts you can use to maximize your race readiness.
We dive into the research and share the best and worst late-night snacking habits for when hunger pangs hit close to bedtime.
The organization marks its five-year anniversary this month.
Specificity in marathon training starts with doing 5K-paced strides from week one.
What is plyometric training and how can it benefit you?
In Episode 12 of the Endurance Podcast, host Ian Sharman sits down with author and athlete Christie Aschwanden to discuss recovery techniques ranging from sleep to ice baths, massage to Tom Brady's pajamas.
Four fun and effective variations on 1,000m repeats to add some zip to your next speed-focused workout.
Quicker recovery intervals help runners learn how to better deal with the byproducts of fatigue, along with other performance benefits.
A unique 1000-meter ladder workout you can do at almost any time in your training cycle for the 5K or 10K.
Three challenging exercises that strengthen different functions of the hamstrings to reduce injury risk and improve running economy.
One of the simplest types of speed work, progression runs add variety and intensity to your training while requiring minimal recovery.
Coach Carl explains why you need to improve your lactate threshold and how to target it with creative 5K-specific workouts.
A sports scientist explains why our bodies seem to be working against us at times.
The climate organization isn’t just about winter. Here’s why—and how—to make a difference.
What percentage of your running volume can you replace with other types of exercise and not have to adjust your goals?
Gone are the days of simple lifts with lots of reps. Today's weight training is about complex and integrative strength exercises.
Coach Carl explains the importance of neuromuscular training for the 5K and how to easily integrate it into your runs.
Youth running popularity is growing, and while experts find no major issues, girls face higher health risks.
On Episode 11 of the Endurance Podcast, Ian Sharman sits down with exercise physiologist Samuele Marcora to discuss the importance of the brain and perceived effort on performance.
Doing the work of even the smallest maintenance exercises does wonders for both body and mind.
Just back from a run? Create a yummy post-workout routine using your favorite asana poses as cool down stretches.
Six years ago, professional triathlete Linsey Corbin fractured her femur and it took 8 months to heal. Last year, the same injury took 8 weeks to heal. Here’s what changed.
In the first of 6 episodes on the 5K, Coach Carl explains why now is the perfect time to target the 5K and how it will benefit your future goals.
Secrets of long-term excellence as a runner, from Nick Willis, Deena Kastor, and others who might qualify for an Elite Longevity Hall of Fame.
5 reasons why you may want to try incorporating a pre-bedtime protein snack to aid your running performance and recovery.
How to use doubles and low-carb training to boost your glycogen storage ability.
Make sure your treadmill runs are both entertaining and productive with these three types of workouts.
Irene Davis and Daniel Lieberman explain their views on how to reduce running injuries.
On Episode 10 of the Endurance Podcast, Ian Sharman sits down with author Matt Fitzgerald to discuss how being an "ultra realist" is essential to optimizing performance.
How trail runner Keely Henninger found her way back to running after injury gave her a reality check.
Don’t charge straight up the mileage mountain: Why you should alternate increases with plateaus and step-backs.
The big data report is based on Fitbit-like measurements, not dubious questionnaires.
A former elite competitor who keeps reviving his running — even at 81 with two artificial knees — provides guidelines for goals when returning from setbacks.
What science says about setting meaningful, internally motivating, and satisfying goals that are exciting but not overwhelming