running

One stroke at a time, one step at a time, one breath at a time.
Strength training and conditioning for athletes is not the same as that for the average Joe. They're in a class of their own.
And in denying your exploration into other expressive forms of movement and practices, you’re denying your own unique individuality.
You want to add yoga to your Olympic weightlifting or try martial arts with your powerlifting? Let's see what makes sense.
This is a simple, effective, and complete training program to help you operate better in the world.
The best way to get your vitamins is through good, whole, healthy foods, but sometimes supplementation is in order.
Instead of wasting valuable session time, you could start using warm-up time to build your work capacity and increase your technical proficiency and coordination.
A large percentage of the population sabotage themselves for fear of success, the fear of being good and some have just lost motivation.
Running can be a taxing exercise for the body, which is why it is vital to ensure the body is conditioned enough for it.
There are three crucial elements when training for OCR: running, compound lifts, and grip training. These common threads will be present in all phases of your training.
This coach found cardio is not an effective tool for fat loss and might be slowing down your efforts.
Running 100-mile plus races on consistent basis tests every fiber of your being and challenges every negative thought in your head. Here's one person who knows how to power through it all.
In a sea of options, which plan is right for you?
We should watch athletes perform to celebrate the extremes of human potential, not confirm our cultural biases.
Are you feeling sore, achy, or tight after a run? Overtime, running without proper mobility and stretching can lead to imbalances in the body resulting in sprains, pains, and injuries.
This guide will show you how to improve your running technique, and give you guidelines on how to gradually build your fitness.
Sometimes, the best thing your coach can tell you is "no."