Get Off the Road and Onto the Trail
Trail running is a different experience from road running. Running the trails can give your feet a break from pounding on the asphalt, and the views can be refreshing. Whether you are a newbie or a seasoned trail runner, here are some tips to remember before you hit the trail.
Here are some tips and techniques to improve balance, coordination and strength on your next off-road ramble.
Trail running at night is a rush that's sure to break you out of your normal workout routine. Even if you've been on a certain trail a hundred times before, it looks and feels different in the dark.
Trail running is unpredictable. Learn these five safety tips to stay secure on the dirt.
Trail running works a wider range of muscles than road running, without the repetition injuries of pounding pavement.
Are you taking to the trails? Here are some tips to remember for a fun and safe off-road experience.
If you typically run on flat, paved surfaces the lower leg muscles and joints don't have to work as hard to stabilize. Joint stability and integrity are crucial for injury prevention. That's where trail running comes in.
As you might think, a trail run or race can be quite different from running on the road. Here are a few things to remember, both tactically and physically.
Discover the difference between a road runner and a trail runner with this introspective on the off-road state of mind.
If you regularly train on trails, you know that the uneven terrain makes it difficult to keep a steady pace. Get back on the roads once a week to sharpen your pace judgment.
If you're a road-runner itching for a change of scenery, make the switch from hard surfaces to softer and more scenic trails.