Most knee pain, IT band injuries and other woes are caused by overly tight hip flexors, and weak stabilizing muscles. These eight exercises and stretches can correct these problems.
What is perfect running form, and should you change the way you run to get it? These tricks can help you improve your technique.
One important question new runners often neglect before they begin training: Are you really a beginning runner? Take this quiz to find out.
Get too fit, too quick, and your performance could suffer on race day. Complete a self-assessment, and to learn what you can do to avoid peaking too soon.
Running your first 5K can be stressful, but it doesn't have to be. Prepare like a seasoned racer with these tips.
An inappropriate warm-up often leads to a slower workout. Prime your body to run optimally with this warm-up designed by coach Jay Johnson.
Ask yourself why you want to run your first half marathon. A clear mission will give you purpose. Get 12 more tips for 13.1-mile newbies.
Fat has a bad reputation. But high-fat diets offer one significant benefit to runners. Learn how to use this nutrient to your advantage.
The most difficult aspect of a bad workout is deciding how to proceed once you know it's not your day. Learn how to cope productively.
Weak glutes can cause injury and poor running form. Watch this video on how to gain strength in your posterior muscles with three kettlebell moves.
Hey sports fans, it's time to take that stadium road trip. Sign up for one of these races that run through famous football stadiums and ballparks.