You can get strong and support faster running on just a few minutes a day.
Do a lot, but don't do too much.
All the physiological proof you need that you should definitely be doing hill repeats if you're trying to become a more efficient, faster, and injury-free runner.
There are 4 physiological reasons why consistent runs have an oversized effect on long-term growth. On a tough day, even 10 or 20 minutes can be plenty to spur progress.
With fall marathons back on, we’re celebrating the return to racing—and the positive side effects it can have on our lives
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Even after you've quarantined and are no longer infected, doctors recommend you run with caution.
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Learn tools and techniques to help you prepare for and overcome some of the biggest mental and emotional challenges you may encounter in trail running.
How a Boston-based program is using running, fitness, and holistic care to help veterans in life after service
Your long-run pace depends on your running goals, what systems you're trying to improve, current fitness, and what you mean by long.
Strength training can be intimidating if you don't know where to start, but once you get into it you'll find it's so empowering.
A July 2021 study found that hormone levels throughout the menstrual cycle can affect heart-rate variability and resting heart rate. What does that mean for training?
Olympian Alan Culpepper explains that any runner can train like the best in the world. It’s the mentality and approach that matters—not world-record speed.
Masters-aged runners need to pay more attention to heat acclimation. Here's why.
Learn the difference between flexibility and mobility, and focus on the latter.
Watch David Roche break down training tips and tricks for leveling up in your next ultramarathon.
Adding tempo running before or after intervals can contribute to major fitness gains during training builds.
Road marathons are a unique beast. Here's how you can adapt big, sexy marathon workouts for your next trail race.
There are two things to think about when deciding whether or not to run an ultra: physical preparedness and psychological motivation.
The July 2021 study found that level, uphill, and downhill running economy are correlated except at the steepest grades. What does it mean for training?
Whether you’re looking to transition from pavement to dirt or just log more and faster miles off-road, Saucony athlete Katie Asmuth has you covered with hard-earned tips and advice
Strength and running coach Nell Rojas shares her favorite go-to strength workout.
Advanced training methods proven effective by scientists, coaches, and athletes.