Are you looking to improve your running form or technique? How about training to go faster? These articles will help get you on the path to your most efficient run.
Is your running form slowing you down? Learn some of the running's common pitfalls and what you can do to fix and avoid them.
Here are a few training tips for breaking through those running plateaus.
Regardless of form, even the best runners experience impact and compression. These stretches counteract the negative force of impact and help prevent injury.
Everyone has a slightly different gait due to individual biomechanics, but some form mistakes are just plain avoidable. Don't let your wonky stride hold you back from getting faster.
Go farther, faster with these strategies for improved running.
Many track workouts utilize your 5K race pace for specific intervals. Here's an easy way to determine this time without having to toe a starting line.
Adjusting your run is an easy change that won't throw off your training schedule. Use these exercises to build speed and mental toughness.
Some coaches believe building running mileage during triathlon training can be counterproductive. So when is a good time to stretch out your runs?
Some athletes hit a downhill and either waste energy putting on the brakes or become a mess of flailing arms and legs. Put gravity to work for you with these tips.
See what Active Expert Gale Bernhardt's has to say about common tri questions and improve your performance.
Improve your running for with these three tips from San Diego Track Club coach Paul Greer.
Triathletes know that in the end, it all comes down to the run. By carefully analyzing each component of your stride, even the most ungainly runners can find improvement.
Improve Your Running Form From Head to Toe
Triathlon legend Dave Scott takes you through the biomechanics of correct running form in this video.
3 Drills to Improve Your Running Technique
In this video, Ironman legend Dave Scott examines the biomechanics of running and offers three drills to improve your form.