You're almost guaranteed to spend time on the treadmill this winter. The least you can do is make it fun.By Megan Harrington
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.
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From an American winning Boston to a Kenyan crushing the world record—and everything in between—2018 was a year for the record books.By Megan Harrington
Logging double-digit runs during the winter can test even the most dedicated runner, but there are some tricks to make things a little easier.By Megan Harrington
What if we told you that just a few short moments of work on your body before heading to celebrate would result in noticeably reduced soreness in theBy The Run Experience
There’s no room for error on the trails. Whether it’s a tree root, rock or a ditch, there are many opportunities to roll an ankle.By The Run Experience
Big city races are exciting. If you're lucky, you might be able to nab a PR, but there are downsides as well.By Megan Harrington
Every situation is unique, but if you follow a few simple guidelines, your return to running can be frustration free.By Megan Harrington
Too often runners who are base training fail to do any type of work to remind the body how to change gears and engage different muscle fiber.By Pete Rea, ZAP Fitness
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