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Here's our handy guide to deciding when to lace up for a 5K, 10k, half-marathon, or marathon in a smart way—without risking injury.
There's a whole lot more that goes into pounding the pavement than just lacing up your sneakers and going.
Because sometimes it's not as simple as just lacing up and going.
Increasing mileage via long, slow runs is important. But what if you want to build up a little more speed?
From work to relationships, hitting the road has majorly surprising benefits—according to author Jen A. Miller.
Want to get injured? No, no, no.
Don't let knee pain or a black toenail keep you from the finish (or starting) line.
Yes, even all those pulses at the barre can have huge payoff on the pavement.
Buh-bye, cramps—here are the seven rules to follow for perfect pre-race fueling.
Even pro runners sometimes wonder why they're logging miles instead of at brunch.
Top trainer Robin Arzon's new book "Shut Up and Run" is filled with practical advice and motivation—starting with how to just get up off that couch.
Whether you're lacing up your sneakers for the first time or training for a marathon, consider this your real-talk shopping guide.
The "to stretch or not to stretch" argument settled, once and for all.
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