Dial in to the ideal speed to get the best results for every workout. Pace yourself. Sure, it sounds easy enough: Settle into the perfect speed for your given effort and hold it. But whether you're a veteran
Here's exactly what you need every week for good health and top performance. Most supermarkets stock more than 30,000 items, yet every time we race up and down the aisles of the grocery store, we usually
To achieve bliss as a runner, you need to tame your “monkey mind.” If you could eavesdrop on a runner's internal monologue, it might sound like this: Forgot my sunglasses. Pretty bird. Should've worn layer.
Follow these steps to prepare for your first 5K or 10K. Even for seasoned racers, the days before a race can be stressful. With all the hope and hard work that you’ve invested in your goal event, you to
Looking to mix up your hydration? Here are some drinks to turn to when you're not quenching your thirst with water. We runners are a thirsty bunch, but water can get a bit mundane. Yet what’s the alternative,
Electronic cigarettes are skyrocketing in popularity, thanks to marketing campaigns that bill them as healthier alternatives to traditional butts. WH clears the smoke screen to uncover the truth They call
Here's a quick breakdown of these three major types of speed workouts. Hi Jenny, I just read your article, 'What Should I Do During the Off Season?'. Very helpful, thanks! Could you briefly explain to
Today is March, 14, 2014, known to fans of Raspberry Pi and Pi Day—3.14. Get it? We love Raspberry Pi here at MAKE and the number of Pi fans is growing, but of course there are still lots of people who
How to avoid (and recover from) the most common running injuries. In an ideal runner's world, every step of every mile would be 100 percent pain-free. No aches, no twinges, no lingering soreness from workout.
A little beer or wine won't hurt your running (phew)—as long as you're smart about it. There are few sights more peculiar than a parade of 8,000 costumed marathoners sipping wine as they run 26.2 miles.
Training hard—carefully—can produce fast times. When researchers at France's National Institute of Sport asked a group of triathletes to ramp up their training by 40 percent and maintain that volume for
Making running a habit is tough for beginners but here's how to do it to make it stick. Amanda asks: I'm training for my very first 5K and I'm having trouble sticking to my training routine. Any suggestions
Do these exercises consistently, and you’ll run faster and stronger. Whenever the topic of strength training and running comes up, most runners tend to respond with, “Wait, I’m supposed to do something
Oct 5, 2018 Three Runner’s World’s writers talk race predictions for Sunday’s race in the Windy City. Oct 5, 2018 Leave the phone at home, but still play music and get turn-by-turn directions on your route.
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
When (and how) to dial up your running routine. Once you've been hitting the pavement at least three days a week for two months, you may want to take your runs to the next level—by trying a hillier route,