Cross-Training Tips for Runners

Cross-Training Tips for Runners

Add cross-training to your weekly workouts to avoid injury and enjoy quicker recovery.

An Injury-Free Approach to Cross-Training

An Injury-Free Approach to Cross-Training

Cross-training prevents injuries—as long as you take a healthy approach.

Cross-Training Marathon Plan

Cross-Training Marathon Plan

You want to run a personal best marathon, but every time you build up to the running mileage, you get injured. Should you just give up and find another goal to pursue? Not at all. By taking a cross-training-based approach to training, you can run a lifetime-best marathon.

The Next Best Thing To Running

The Next Best Thing To Running

Is a cross-training mile exactly the same physiologically as a running mile? Nope. But cross-training can elicit the same aerobic benefits. Boost your weekly mileage with these cross-training tips.

Inside Advantage

Inside Advantage

The cold temperatures and short days of winter can dampen the desire to lace up and head outside. Get strong and flexible this winter with these cross-training tips.

Salute the Sun for Cross-Training

Salute the Sun for Cross-Training

Power yoga is an aerobic form of yoga that can serve as a valuable cross-training exercise. Unlike other forms of yoga, there's no rest period between poses, and the spiritual and meditative components are diminished.

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