All your friends are doing it — just check out the brag shots on their Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram accounts. Want in?
Stick to your training plans and take on more miles with these tips from readers who've successfully crossed the finish line.
Love is just a few miles away
A new study of ultramarathoners shows that a high-fat diet might just be the key to crushing new PRs.
Hint: You'll start speaking Runner-ese and save money on pedicures.
Those cushiony, supportive running sneakers can actually change your feet by making certain muscles work harder, concludes a new study.
You can only pound the pavement for so long before you start itching for some green.
Treacherous jungle swamps with piranhas, freezing glacier runs, and wild 400 mile distances—that people actually complete.
Marathon training gets you fit, of course, but a new study shows that running has a surprise benefit for your bones.
Ultra-marathoner Robin Arzon shares her wisdom for racing abroad from her upcoming book.
The finish was bittersweet for triathletes at the Ironman Chattanooga 70.3 on Sunday as they mourned the death of a fellow competitor.
Experts reveal how many long runs you can skip without ruining your race.
A new study digs into why swishing and spitting your sports drink—aka "carb-rinsing"—might be almost as good for your performance as drinking it.
1. Doughnuts. 2. More doughnuts.
A complaint from the Norwegian Consumer Council says a popular running app is tracking more than just your runs.
Obstacle races are intense, and the racers are serious about their sport. Once you finish one, there's a good chance you'll be hooked.
Not sure how to balance strength training with your running schedule? We've got the expert advice.
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