Yes, women get injured. But it’s not because of how they’re built.
Shut down that harsh self-criticism, and your body can learn to power through anything.
New research provides further evidence that staying active could play a serious preventive role.
If you just started running, you’re probably concerned with two things: running further and running faster. And you’re not alone: Those are the fundamental goals of runners at all levels, ages, and speeds, which means—sorry—you might not ever feel like you “made it” as a runner. Your pace and distance ambitions will simply adjust according to your experience. (FWIW, you can totally run simply for the joy of it, but you wouldn’t have clicked on this story if that was your only goal, right?)
Cardio machines can get pretty boring. One way to keep things interesting and work your body in different ways is to change machines throughout the workout.
Some days, we all need a little extra push to get that cross-training in.
Whether you’re healthy or hurt, incorporating non-running activities into your routine can boost your fitness and help prevent injuries.
A top sports medicine doctor from Minnesota explains the burning sensation.
In the period of 7 to 11 November the 2018 Incheon KTF-ITU Coaches Level 1 Course was held in Incheon (South Korea). This event was organized by the International Triathlon Union with the financial support of Korean Olympic Sports Committee. The 42 participants from 30 countries, including Moldova, completed the course.
Yes, you can actually get fitter during the holiday season!
One of the great things about endurance sport is that in general, the harder you push the greater the reward, whether we’re talking about the immediate session or long-term physical development.
Realistic goal setting to reach your swim potential.
It’s not just about warming up your quads and calves. If you sit a lot, you need to give these muscles some love.
We feature a workout from coach Sara McLarty every Friday so you have new ideas to take to the pool.
Sitting for several hours a day isn't healthy for anyone—but especially not runners. Here’s what to do.