Since its inception in 1986, few participants have finished the Barkley Marathons. Ed Furtaw was the first.
A squeeze of honey, a squirt of ketchup, and other non-solids you can toss down your gullet if you so choose.
Pro trail runner Abby Hall shares lessons that can help other runners achieve their goals, whether they’re just starting out or training for an ultra
You plan every element of your pre- and mid-race fueling meticulously. But what about how to eat after you've crossed the finish line?
Learn more about this newly researched form of strength training that’s providing promising results for trail runners.
Peyton Thomas spend much of her time bridging liminal spaces between sport, science, and advocacy. And that's just what the world needs.
Two years in a pandemic has increased stress for most of us. For Jacob Puzey, the experience catalyzed a new focus on mental health.
Heat training may improve performance in all conditions. This article provides a practical guide for how to get heat training benefits without overstressing your body, whether your goal is just to feel better on hot days or to excel at Western States.
At the intersection of soft and speedy, you’ll find the Hoka Tecton X, another contender in the growing market for carbon-plate trail shoes.