Oct 2, 2015 It needs exercise just like the muscles of the body. Sep 23, 2015 Running is not, as it so often seems, only about what you did in your last race. Sep 18, 2015 Relax and let the run come out
Although Dr. Oz uses words like "magic" and "miracle" to describe these fat-loss supplements, evidence supporting them remains elusive A couple decades ago, when I lived in Los Angeles, I met a guy who
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
Skyrocket your metabolism and crush calories with this five-minute challenge You don't have to spend hours at the gym to burn more fat. The key to igniting your metabolism is working as many muscles as
If your running game needs a tune-up, get a jolt with these speed drills Usain Bolt isn't the only person who should be cranking into fifth gear. Adding a speed session to your running routine will get
Get your lungs pumping and your muscles burning with these awesome versions of an old-school calisthenic Squeezing in a full-blown cardio workout can feel like a chore. We’ve got a solution: jumping jacks.
When it comes to building muscle, the best approach may be one-sided. Try this training technique to accelerate your gains Most guys have a strong side and a weak side (yes, even you). While you don’t
These hip exercises help cure knee pain. The classic advice for runners suffering from knee pain has been to strengthen the quadriceps. However, two new studies back the growing consensus that knee
How to identify, treat, and recover from common injuries. Working out can be uncomfortable (especially when you're just getting started), but it should never hurt. Here is how to tell the difference between
Use these six variations of the classic squat to take your running up a level. The squat is a simple, classic exercise that should be part of every runner's routine. That's because it builds functional
New functionality is like having a coach on your wrist. Garmin today announced two significant updates to its Forerunner GPS watch lineup, the entry-level Forerunner 220 ($250; $300 with heart rate) and
How to build endurance gradually and avoid injury. 1. Slow your pace. You'll save energy for those bonus miles by slowing your pace. You should feel comfortable and able to carry on a conversation. A rule
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
Forget crunches. If you want to get faster, fitter, and stronger, you need to train your core like a runner. A generation ago, you’d be hard-pressed to find elite runners paying attention to their abs.