Why and how to set and achieve weekly process goals that get you to your performance goals.

When Plan A goes out the window, knowing the ultra-realistic goal you can control will help you find Plan B and keep you on the road to success.

How Natasha Wodak executed her impressive return to the marathon to become the 2nd fastest woman in Canadian history.

This collection of dynamic combo-move exercises maximizes your time and effort investment to help you become a faster and more resilient runner.

5 Reasons to run outside all winter — and get stronger, tougher, faster, healthier and happier.

Add these rolling-recovery intervals to your training program to develop your ability to burn lactate, and run faster for longer.

Expert advice on understanding the emotions of injury and taking tactical steps toward recovery.

How to make the best of a bad situation, whether in training, competition, or life.

When the winter weather gets dreary, try any one of these workout alternatives to stay active.

He's not a household name in running, but Hehir has been training hard for a decade, and getting better at longer distances. Here's how he prepared for and executed his 2:08:59.

Develop mental fitness and resilience by learning how to face reality like elite runners

This challenging workout prepares your mind and body to hang on strongly after having to go out fast from the gun.

Elite runners from bone-chilling locations share 7 tips for surviving and thriving through the cold winter months.

Is there a special quality shared by top athletes who triumph over great challenges? And can anyone acquire it?

Top runners have a forward lean because they are fast, not because they try to lean forward. Here’s how to develop your lean effectively.

Static stretching isn't enough; use this dynamic warmup to rev up your body and have a better run.

We often hear the term VO2 max in relation to fitness and in training programs. What does it mean and how important is it?

Do high-tech prosthetics give runners a competitive advantage?

These four strategies will help reduce strain and impact and let you keep running as you deal with knee issues.

The best exercise to strengthen your hamstrings and stabilize your knees in a running-specific motion.

Get your training intensity and volume right by basing it on time rather than distance.

Treadmill running has some unique risks, but you can reduce your treadmill injury risk by following a few simple guidelines.

Do you know the difference between fast-twitch and slow-twitch?

Max King talks about what he's learned from competing in everything from the 3K steeplechase to 100-milers to obstacle racing.

This challenging track session will teach your body to relax and aerobically recover while maintaining a fast pace.

Still stretching before you run? Stop. Focus on mobility instead, and save stretching for after (only if it feels good).

Hill repeats are a super-effective 5K workout. Here's how to schedule them into your training.

Rehabbing an ankle sprain is critical for reducing the risk of future ankle sprains and the development of chronic ankle instability. Here's a 5-stage rehab program with 10 exercises.

A new study finds foot strengthening lowers injuries by a whopping 41 percent.

Don’t let doubts about being a “real runner” scare you off — a running store is your friend to help you run better and more enjoyably.

Here are nine common signals you should pay attention to and what they mean when you experience them.

Humans are uniquely built for running in high and low temperatures.

Embracing recovery will make you a better athlete. Your body is asking you to work in. It’s time to listen and respond.

"Should I Push or Should I Back Off?" – the Answer is Inside You.

Get used to pace changes in a race with this infamously arduous interval/tempo combination workout.

In his new book, Exercised, Daniel Lieberman explores exercise in the life of our ancient ancestors, and how that affects our relationship to running.

Why speed workouts are important, guidelines for doing them effectively, and a 7-week progression to build your speed.

Don’t let a little weather keep you from the trails this winter.

Masters, more than younger runners, need to pay attention to what risks each workout brings and optimize the rewards of strategic hard training.

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.

A good working knowledge of your anatomy can help you dial in your workouts.

Figuring out how many calories running burns involves a fairly straightforward calculation, but the overall equation is not as simple as it seems.

From probiotics to ginger, here’s how to assess the supplements that can help you manage gut woes.

Lactate threshold is one of the best measures of running fitness, and most useful for planning your training. Here's how to discover your lactate threshold without a lab.

If you’re looking to sooth running aches to recover faster from workouts, research shows that topical CBD could be an effective solution. Here's how we felt about these eight CBD recovery rubs.

This workout mixes two training elements into the same workout—giving you more bang for your buck!

An exclusive interview with the 2018 cross-country gold medalist.

If you’ve never spent much time off road, it’s about time you did. If you’ve got no idea what you’re doing, don’t worry. We’ve got your complete how-to-start guide.

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.

These three simplified variations of explosive Olympic lifts can help you develop power that will make you a faster runner.

Rules for managing your body composition without focusing on your weight.

These four simple steps can help you optimize your cool down to recover and return to the trail refreshed and faster than ever.

Staying at home has given us an opportunity to go barefoot, thus allowing for comfort, healing, and a transformation of our feet. Here's how to capitalize on those benefits once we're back in the office.

Four training strategies that will make you less susceptible to running-related stress fractures.

The long run is the status symbol of marathon training, but much of the existing advice on running long is misguided. Luke Humphrey breaks down just how far you should go.

Tracking what successful marathoners actually do reveals new optimal training patterns of hard weeks and easy weeks.

4 Life lessons all of us should be reminded of emerge when seventh-graders tackle a new running challenge.

Identify what you're doing wrong and follow these simple preventive measures to help you avoid these common gut issues during training and competition.

Doing three runs in one day — a triple — is a creative long run alternative that can extend your endurance and add quality miles.

There's never a bad time to run, but mid-day runs are easiest and have unique pleasures — in one runner's opinion.

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.

Everything you need to know about how to eat for a successful and enjoyable cross country season.

Here's how to stay safe when trail running in bear country — five encounter scenarios and how to react to each.

Brain science reveals the reasons we choke when we care most about our performance, and strategies to build the confidence we need to avoid it.

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.

Switch up your training to help ward off injuries and boost your fitness.

Not only does your brain sense when you’re dehydrated, it monitors what you drink and eat and adjusts your thirst immediately. Runners should pay attention.

From before your run, to during, to after…We tested the goods.

How to distinguish between fatigue and boredom, and ideas for restoring your mojo.

The performance benefits of the world’s favorite chemical could be washed out if it causes trouble in your gut.

Rising temperatures, extreme weather, degraded air quality, and ravaged ecosystems could hold catastrophic consequences for endurance sports.

Trail running — and sitting mid-run — can be major stress busters.

Learning to cue a tall, balanced run posture, combined with strategic, specific core training, is the path to improving your run form, alleviate pain, bolster training durability, and find seconds on the clock.

Ready to go beyond the marathon? Check out this introductory guide to ultrarunning and a beginner’s training plan for tackling a 50K.

The case for occasionally hitting training hard for two to three days — then recovering harder. Plus 3 rules for crash training carefully.

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