We asked our readers: what’s the best piece of trail gear you’ve ever used? Here’s what our audience said.
The Colorado 100-mile race became so popular it needed a lottery system. Its 50-50 gender split is one of the first of its kind.
200+ mile races are a different beast that requires a different set of tools. 2022 champ Joe McConaughy walked us through his arsenal.
Our bodies sometimes need help absorbing the nutrients in your food. These food pairings will help maximize nutritional benefit.
Many athletes enjoy running because of its therapeutic properties. But what about when running itself becomes a source of stress?
Two years in a pandemic has increased stress for most of us. For Jacob Puzey, the experience catalyzed a new focus on mental health.
The Seattle-based thru-hiker and the reigning Leadville champion dominated the men's and women's fields at the 250-mile race through Arizona.
The second iteration of the Cocodona 250 will kick off Monday, May 2 in Arizona with a formidable field of athletes.
As athletes prioritize environmental responsibility, brands are listening and creating gear that’s both high-quality and sustainable.
Running injuries suck. Wallowing and grieving is a completely logical response, but often there’s something more complex under the surface.
As racing season looms, now is the time to build strength, fitness, and speed. No matter what you're training for, we've got a plan for you.
The Cascadia was the first trail shoe our assistant editor ever ran in. She now owns dozens of trail shoes, but always returns to this one.
Eric Senseman has run Western States three times, finishing twice. In May, he’ll seek to double that distance and then some.
Recent news out of Arizona has led to an increased discussion by runners about bathroom etiquette. Those conversations apply to trails too.
Keren Blount founded Runner Coffee Co. in 2020 to blend her three passions: caffeine, running, and connecting with others.
Whether you're a beginner or training for your 100th trail race, we've got a plan for every experience level and race distance.
Adam Peterman’s name was known by few in the trail community until a couple weeks ago, when he destroyed the field at the JFK 50 Miler and nearly broke a course record many assumed was indestructible.
Integrating strength work into your training can be confusing. Here's an 8-week, full-body program that removes all the guesswork.
Here’s how to build hill-running strength even when real hills aren’t accessible.
Try this quick workout to keep your stabilizer muscles strong through the winter and ready for spring and summer mountains.
The 59th edition of this historic race will see a number of road athletes as well as some familiar faces, but few past champions.
During a race in Norway, Hillary Allen fell from a ridge and nearly died. Now, she's recovering and looking toward the future.
Andrew Skurka has covered more backcountry miles by the age of 34 than most people will in a lifetime. Here's his advice for new fastpackers.
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