This ultrarunner and doctor of physical therapy sees a common pattern in her running clients. Here’s what she wishes she could tell us all before we get injured.
In this week’s Performance Corner, learn an effective way to think about why hard workout and heavy weight training sessions matter in making you a faster, stronger runner.
Pelvic tilt isn't always something that needs to be fixed, but understanding it can help you run stronger. Here's what you need to know.
In The Performance Corner, if you’ve been doing the same strength work for months (or years!), it might be time to start bumping things up to maximize benefit. Our expert strength running coach Jason Fitzgerald explains.
Cross-training doesn’t have to be a chore. Remove your running blinders to put a new spin on your training.
The ultrarunning multi-world-record holder talks about sustaining longevity and the biggest thrill of her illustrious career
There isn't a lot of research into the relationship between yoga and running performance. But it provides a few key elements for runners.
In The Performance Corner, our expert strength running coach shares five things you can do to build resilience and train injury free.
These four physiological elements have shown scientific links to better performance in races 50K and over.
Our upper legs hold some serious power in preventing injury and propelling us forward. It’s about time we harness it.
Lower leg injuries can be tough to diagnose, and often we're tempted to run through them. But with the right prevention, you can keep yourself injury-free.
You might need to rethink your training. Use these five factors to find out how to improve performance in a smart, sustainable way.
Integrating strength work into your training can be confusing. Here's an 8-week, full-body program that removes all the guesswork.
You can wear whatever you want when you run, but letting your body get too cold may increase injury risk and reduce performance, in addition to being way less cozy.
According to a new study, overtraining and underfueling share pathways, symptoms, and diagnostic complexities. Those connections have important implications for long-term adaptation and health.
A new review of studies finds that common injury-prevention rules don't hold up.
Here is how to get prepared to stay healthy on the trails.
It's easy to be concerned when you feel pain in your Achilles. Here are four concepts to keep in mind when treating it.
Overtraining is a grizzly bear that can ruin your day-to-day life. Overreaching is a bear cub: mostly harmless, but with dangerous potential.
Medical professionals and coaches say it's both safe and beneficial for most pregnant women to continue running on trails, with caveats.