Trainers & Coaches
The Real Function of the Big Toe
The big toe has a more important job than finding the corners of furniture in the middle of the night.
Don't Waste Time on Base Training
You don't have time to train like the pros.
Training Slow Won't Make You Faster
If the bulk of your training doesn't challenge your work capacity, how do you expect to get faster?
No, You Don't Hate Running
The things you hate have nothing to do with running, and everything to do with how you understand it.
Digitally Embedding Crowds in Charity and Fun Runs
A newly developed digital relay baton broadcasts information to a webpage allowing people from around the world to keep pace with endurance athletes.
The Immune-Boosting Benefits of Exercise
Those looking to increase their immune function and decrease their risk of illness should add regular exercise to their life.
Apparel for Athletes: Fast-Drying is King
Compression and wicking material makes all the difference when training.
Prevention and Treatment of IT Band Syndrome
Unlike most overuse injuries, IT band syndrome can sideline even the most experienced runners.
No Trail Too Sloppy: The Inov-8 X-Talon 225
If you've been using the soggy weather as an excuse to skip your trail runs, you're going to need a new excuse.
Skin Barriers: Put an End to Sport Chafing
If you haven't used anti-chafe balm, you won't regret giving Body Glide a try during your next race or training session.
Get Faster and Stronger With a Post-Season Break
Giving yourself and your family the gift of a holiday season break from your endless training and racing is a good thing. Your body will reward you.
Why Modern Running Shoes Are Terrible
Footwear that focuses on style and marketing isn't helping your foot function as designed.
Sprinting Skill Development: 6 Technique Rules
To learn to sprint properly, you should follow the same smart approach you would take to learn a lift.
Deck The Halls with Runners' Gifts
Here are ten amazing products that you can rely on to put a smile on any runner's face, and a spring in their stride.
Sprinting Biomechanics and the Myth of Triple Extension
The 'push off' theory of sprinting was disproved by science decades ago, so why are we still training it?
Runner’s High May be an Evolutionary Adaptation
Runner's High might be a product of evolution that sets us apart from many other species.
Breaking Muscle HQ
Want to Race Endurance? Better Hit the Gym
If you aren't hitting the weights while you rack up the miles, you're setting yourself up for injury and reduced performance.
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