While statistics show that road race participation continues to decline from its peak in 2014, trail racing is growing faster than ever.By Rashelle Brown
The marathon is running's most sought-after goal. Find 26.2 training tips, advice, plans and much more. View the Marathon Training Schedule for Beginners to get ready for your first race.
Marathon Training Articles
If you're a marathon newbie or have been out of the game for a while, you need a smart training approach to get on the 26.2-mile saddle.By Pete Rea
After finishing the race you've been training for all year, use these tips to recover and get back on the roads in no time.By Angela Vega
If you’re looking for a race destination or a runcation, Jacksonville, Florida should be at the top of your list.By Ali Nolan
As a 36-time marathoner and busy mom of three, there are two items on my daily menu: coffee and potatoes.By Dorothy Beal
We know we're slow, and we're proud of it.By Jackie Veling
Stress fractures can take weeks or months to heal. This five-phase recovery plan will get you back on the roads without setbacks.By Marion Herring
From pounding the pavement to trekking through the Grand Canyon, the Forerunner 645 Music covers all the bases—and more.By Carrie Barrett
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