Every run involves decision-making – when to run, what route to take, how far to go, with whom to run.
The number-one injury experience by Runners World readers: iliotibial band syndrome (ITB). This simple routine addresses that common trouble spot.
Not sure why you should drink chocolate milk? Read more, here.
Get ripped and run better with this overall body workout.
Take your easy days seriously so you’ll run your best when it really counts.
To lose unwanted fat in one trouble area, you have to work your whole body Besides, by over-exercising just one area, you run the risk of damanging yourself.
Is a cross-training kilometre exactly the same physiologically as a running kilometre?
Long efforts, intervals, hills, weights… how about adding a bike to your routine?
You need something to keep your body properly aligned while you’re running – and what better than muscle?
When you’ve got muscle aches or joint pains, there’s nothing better than rest, ice, compression, and elevation for immediate treatment.
Online editor Amy Ebedes looks into a 2012 trend: gyming.
Fact or fiction: runners who want to look lean and toned should skip heavy barbells in favor of lighter weights with lots of repetitions.
The best way to stay strong and stable on uneven terrain.
Do you drink chocolate milk for recovery after a run or workout?
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