Running

Footwear that focuses on style and marketing isn't helping your foot function as designed.
When you run slow, you run sloppy.
Take a smart approach to training in the heat.
Running a marathon is about the sum of the experience that gets you from the start to the finish.
Interval training will dial in your pace so you have plenty left in the tank on race day.
If your everyday posture is head down with your feet turned out like a duck, it shouldn't be a surprise that you run that way.
If you want more top end speed, loaded sprints are the way to add horsepower.
If you're looking for adaptability from your feet up, trail running is for you.
Research shows that dynamic movement is the best way for a runner to warm-up, but static stretching can help improve overall movement.
Just getting started with running? Here's some advice from our coaches and athletes.
How do you go about acquiring serious running volume as a mature athlete when running can often lead to break downs?
Lack of core strength and hip stability can be debilitating to runners - don't let this happen to you.
When it comes to aerobic exercise, believing isn't enough. You have to do the work.
You’ll be able to run more, experience fewer overuse injuries, and race faster. And who doesn’t want that?
The secret to being a better runner isn't more intensity. It's wise use of easy and intense training sessions.
Follow these eight programming principles, and you can run an ultra marathon in twelve months, too.
Save yourself a trip to the doctor and learn how to treat these common running injuries on your own.
Going minimal will improve your body’s function and your enjoyment of running for the rest of your life.