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Cultivate consistency, stay motivated year-round, and improve your speed and strength with these lessons—and staple fartlek workout—from On Athletics Club’s head coach

As demand for the fitness brand’s famous bikes and treadmills peters out, its dedicated user base might be its saving grace

This home gym uses cutting edge technology to take weight lifting into the 21st century

A leading exercise physiologist suggests developing a top speed two times faster than your marathon pace for a “speed reserve.” Here’s how to improve yours.

Don’t be confused by the diversity of running workouts. Learn the training zones they fit into, what type of fitness each zone builds, and how each feels.

Different workout styles can get you equally fit, but they affect your body differently—which suggests that you should mix it up

Three methods to cultivate pacing mastery and optimize your performance potential

Three types of training that will improve your speed, stride, and stamina, but won't burn you out.

This quiet, four-speed tool helps ease sore muscles. “It doesn’t come with a lot of frills—there is no carrying case and no extra attachments—but it is a solid piece of machinery that can give you a relatively deep massage,” wrote our tester. “For the majority of people,…

Perfect for gifting—or treating yourself in the new year

In 2018, we rounded up our favorite ways to hydrate and the Skratch Labs Exercise Hydration Mix topped the list. “It’s kosher, GMO-free, and delicious,” our tester wrote. Plus, the mixture restores electrolytes without causing an upset stomach.

Columnist Jakob Schiller loves the Vista for running: “They’re fully waterproof, so I don’t have to worry about ruining them with sweat or in the rain; and they never slip out of my ears or need adjustment as I bound along on trails or pavement,” he wrote. Read his full…

Gear Guy columnist Joe Jackson picked the Metal Vent Tech tee as one of his favorite workout tops. “In addition to wearing it for runs, this was my favorite top to don for garage kettlebell swings,” he wrote.

Aerobic capacity, not speed, is usually the limiting factor in how fast you can race, even for a distance as short as the 5K.

This short track session of 400-meter repeats will help you get fit fast. Here's a beginner and an advanced version.

A challenging, effort-based hill workout that takes you farther and farther — 'til you finally get to the top.

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