Weight training is essential for increasing running ability and decreasing chance of injury. I know from experience that it is possible to strength train without bulking. Here's what I recommend.
The treadmill may be a symbol of globo gyms, but I've come to appreciate it, both for my old joints and the specific training it can offer. Here are 2 workouts guaranteed to improve your performance.
Forget your "Couch to 10K" article. Here's the way to become a runner. It'll take time, but you'll avoid injury - especially if you're older than 35 - and complete your race, mud run, or triathlon.
Scientists took a close look at sprint performance and determined four things that made a difference in run times. Even though they're small, these techniques can make a big difference.
While efficiency and metabolic power may be the most important things in endurance, science shows running mechanics are the most critical thing for sprinting athletes - whether cyclists or runners.
While it may sound like joke fodder for fifth graders, this type of workout can help runners, from beginners to seasoned vets, hit the ground running to better fitness or a faster PR.
You probably know someone or you yourself have dealt with hamstring problems related to running. Now researchers take a close up look at the relationship between sprinting and injury.
Forget doing your cardio on a Stairmaster or treadmill. If you want to get into shape fast, burn fat, and build muscle hill sprints are the way to go. Read how to safely get started.
New research shows a training method known as 10-20-30 results in faster running with less training time. Improve performance despite your busy schedule.
To wear shoes or not to wear shoes? That is the question these days. Take a look at some of the actual scientific research and then decide for yourself whether to join in on the barefoot trend.
The size of your glutes doesn't matter, but your running technique sure does. Experienced ultrarunner Stephanie Case gives her top five tips on how to run better, further, and faster.
Why go minimalist? I believe people are sick of injuries and over-priced footwear. There are things you need to think about, however, to make a healthy, lasting transition to minimalist running.
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