- Running and the Science of Mental Toughness
- How to enjoy running
- 10 Years of Heart Rate Training: My Experience
- The World’s Oldest Ultramarathon Runner Is Racing against Death
- The beginner’s guide to running
This video elaborates my project to run the length of every street in the city of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It's called "Pac Tom" because it's like Pac Man e...
Getting into running — even as a complete beginner — is easier than you think.
Going for a jog doesn’t have to be a chore – these mental techniques will make it something you actually look forward to
Running used to be excruciating. I would get halfway down the lane by my house… and then have to stop, wheezing and gasping, with burning lungs and aching legs. Now, I enjoy it, and often run 10 to 25…
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Fitness trackers can measure your pace and all kinds of other metrics. That doesn't mean they should.
If you want to get faster at running and get in better health with shorter workouts, stop going for runs and try 10-20-30 interval training instead.
A growing body of evidence is suggesting that your weekly long run may not be necessary
Although it's tempting to stick with the same model of running shoe year after year, switching it up might help prevent injury and prolong your longevity.
Without an official definition, this alternative term might be more useful
Those who pursue the craziest endurance races on the planet do it for reasons that make perfect sense
It's time to integrate these trainer-approved exercises into your recovery regimen
The case for taking more than just a momentary water break
Forget stuffy, competitive running races. Take the Bridge is an underground race series that’s all about breaking rules and doing things your own way.
Heart rate training works and Floris Gierman is here to prove it. Get his detailed account of the progress he's made over the last decade.
Interesting microadventures, mid-run offshoots and alternatives, can mix up the monotony of serious training
Dag Aabye is eighty-one, lives in an old school bus on a mountain, and is pushing his body to its absolute limits
Looking to get dirty? Check out our guide on how to start trail running, so you can get into the wild as part of your run routine.
There is more to running than just training your muscles and improving your stamina. It is also a mental sport, and maybe even more so than previously believed.
«In his opinion, what runners refer to as exhaustion has nothing to do with their physical ability to carry on or not. It is simply a matter of deciding to give up.»
At the Dawn to Dusk to Dawn race, it's not about who wins. It's about who survives.
The athletes and writers who made running into an American trend in the 1970s were hip to the way a good August or September run can “summon up the presence of death itself.”
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