endurance

There are a lot of fancy ways to measure progress in endurance sports, but a new study suggests all you really need is a heart rate monitor and GPS - or a watch and map if you're really old school.
There's been a lot of buzz about strength training for endurance athletes. A new study suggests a good concurrent training program can improve performance up to 5 weeks after it ends.
It's true if you want to be good at running, then you need to run. But if all you do is run, then there's a good chance you're going to get hurt. Here's how I add strength and technique to the mix.
I have for over the past few weeks gone down a deep wormhole about the measurement of output in a mixed piece of work - this "battery" I have spoken about for years now.
As a chiropractor in an area where endurance sports are popular, I see a lot of injuries that are related to distance runners. Here are the 3 most common injuries I come across and how I treat them.
When training goes right it goes right. Every now and then you get a little kick, a surge beyond what you expect. This has been that week - and it came just in time for my half ironman next weekend.
So you’ve read "Run Like a Mother" and are ready to start training for your first race. If you want to take your ‘mother running’ to the next level, then "Train Like a Mother" is the book for you.
Every Sunday we post the "Sunday Seven" so you can quickly see the 7 most popular articles of the week. This week - great endurance training tips, Grace van der Byl, the kettlbell clean, and more!
Whether you're a seasoned endurance athlete or an absolute beginner, these articles and workouts are sure to provide all the information and inspiration you need to go the distance!
Lucy Smith, 19-time Canadian Champion and 2-time World Championship Silver Medalist, takes us step-by-step through how to have a successful speed training workout and improve our running.
Sun salutations are a vital part of a physical yoga practice. Often yoga practitioners perform between 10-20 salutations in a class session.
If you like to temporarily deprive yourself of sleep, hygiene, and your sanity -- and if you have a sense of adventure and a love of running, then the Ragnar Relay might be for you.