Raw foodie and runner Matthew Kenney shares his go-to breakfast recipe. A bowl of cereal isn't always the healthiest choice for breakfast. If you regularly kickstart your day with a brand that has the
Both minutes and miles have pros—and cons. Researchers have found that our minds process distance and time differently. When the finish line of a measured effort is in sight, you get visual feedback about
Need more air? Deep breathing can help you run longer with less effort. Just before you crest a hill or reach the end of a speed interval, your lungs go into overdrive. Your breath becomes shallow and
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.
1 of 85 Prepare to be motivated! Mark Remy, Runner's World editor at large and author of the online column Remy's World, has been creating his own offbeat "motivational" posters for runners since December
10 abs exercises for women that are so much better than crunches. If you still think that doing crunches will score you amazing abs, you're in for a rude awakening. Flattening your belly requires multi-muscle
It's not (just) the heat that matters! How to cope with the muggy weather. Runners often obsess over weather reports, tracking the coolest time of day in which to run. But as anyone who's ever tried to
Time-tested, universally accepted axioms of the sport. In most cases, these rules started out as a lightbulb over one runner’s head. After a while, that runner told a few running buddies (probably during