The rest you take between repeats is as significant as the fast portions of an interval workout. Modifying the length and speed of your recoveries provides infinite training options.
A trail running adventure over three Colorado mountains becomes a pilgrimage of redemption, elation, struggle, grit and pure delight.
4 ways every runner can benefit from supplementing their road miles with time training in the water.
Masters champion and coach Pete Magill explains the nuances of long run recovery, plus when you should start doing speedwork as a beginner or running returnee.
Scott Fauble and coach Ben Rosario share details and insights from a week of training early in the season leading to a 7th-place, 2:12:28 finish at the 2018 New York City Marathon.
The base phase of marathon training is crucial in setting the stage for the rest of your training weeks. Here are the key elements.
Seriously. Here are 3 proven ways to increase running strength — and speed, economy, power and injury resistance — without lifting a single weight.
Regularly crashing and slowing at the end of long runs is not normal, and can be dangerous.
Race stories do more than entertain—they help assess what went well, what went wrong and what you can do better.
A new study confirms that outdoor exercise is good for you, and quantifies how much you need.
The ideas you hold most strongly may be holding you back. Top runners and coaches share changes that led to success.
The country’s top high school runners share their favorite workouts for you to try.
Young champions remind us how running goals are the most powerful key to success.
Improve your stability, strength and running stride by doing a wide variety of single-leg squats.
Focusing on your arm swing is a quick and effective way to improve your stride.
Five ways to fight aging and run faster for more years.
Size does matter, it seems, but neither short feet nor flat arches doom you to the back of the pack.
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.
Becky Wade, 2:30 marathoner, details exactly what she ate during a week in the heart of marathon training.
You can run a good marathon off a low-volume, high-intensity training program, but to reach your full potential, you have to have it all: volume and intensity.
Minnesota coach Dennis Barker gets creative on a crescendoing hill with a curve, marked 100m segments, and snow-melting southern exposure.
4 Exercises to build a strong and stable foot, improve foot control and reduce shin pain.
Dathan Ritzenhein shows how strength training for running needs to be strategic, individualized and modified over time.
Plyometrics build running power and efficiency, but they are intense. Here's how to begin safely.
Olympian Dathan Ritzenhein details every mile of his Boston Marathon training from February 18–24, 2019.
Answer these questions before you begin a marathon training program, to see if you're ready and to help you select an appropriate plan.