To run at your full potential, you need to target all areas of fitness—including flexibility, balance, and mobility. CORE STRENGTH A strong core—the muscles in your abdominals, back, and glutes—gives stability,
Follow these time-tested principles and you'll spend more time on the roads—and less in rehab In the mid-1970s, Runner's World medical editor George Sheehan, M.D., confirmed that he was hardly the only
Proper form, strength training, and the right shoes can prevent injury. It's an all too common scenario: Runner begins training program. A month or so later, a twinge settles on a knee. Runner stretches,
How to breathe while running to avoid exhaustion and side stitches. Hi! I'm a new runner and I'm experiencing a problem with controlling my breathing. Though I don't feel any soreness or pain in my legs,
Keep your kitchen stocked with these nutritious essential to fuel your runs. It’s important to eat in a way that supports the exercise routine that you’ve worked so hard to develop. Keep your kitchen with
You have 100 reasons for losing motivation to run. But we can top 'em with tips, inspiring quotes, and more. Pick your fix. Repeat as necessary. 1. Create a blog where you post your daily mileage, then
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Adding a structured workout into your running routine will make you faster. When you’re first getting moving, it’s important to just focus on getting into the exercise habit; making your run or walk a