What if you stop loving running? An honest conversation with Tina Muir

For many of us, running consumes our lives. And there’s nothing wrong with focusing on a healthy habit!

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Type-A runners everywhere know the feeling: every decision is evaluated through running-tinted glasses:

  • “There’s no carbs at this lunch?! How am

How to Build Mental Toughness (according to a PhD and World Champion)

In high school, my track coach could always be found on the sidelines screaming “Get out of your comfort zone!!

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He was telling us that progress does not happen when you’re comfortable. You’ll never set a personal …

Ask the Registered Dietitian: Booze, Healthy Snacks, and Low Iron

The next big frontier of performance improvements is likely to come from nutrition – not training.

How Josh Used a Team Approach to Run a Sub 5-minute Mile

In November, 2015 Josh got a wake-up call. He heard what no man wants to hear from his daughter…

It looks like you have a baby in your tummy!

Kids say the darndest things…

Josh knew he was the …

How to Recover From “Completely Trashed Legs”

We’ve all had to spend some extra time on recovery after a particularly grueling workout or race. But what happens if you’ve gone WELL beyond normal fatigue?

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What should you do if you’ve run too many races in a …

Running Q&A Grab Bag with Coach Doug Hay

Every day, I answer questions from runners all over the world. Today, I’m getting some help!

Come say hi on Instagram!

Usually, I fire off …

Training for a Half Marathon PR: 3 Essential Ingredients

The half marathon is one of the fastest growing races in the world – and for good reason.

Ian Sharman on Racing Massive Downhills (and in costumes)

Have you ever noticed that hilly races make you a lot more sore than flat races?

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It should come as no surprise: hills are more stressful. You fight gravity on the way up and use it to your advantage …

How Allan Overcame Piriformis Syndrome (and became an athlete)

Can you ever imagine running 3:17 in your first marathon – and still not consider yourself a “real” runner?

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Me neither.

But Allan is a runner who felt that way. After his speedy debut at 26.2, he still felt …

CNN’s Tom Foreman on Running for a Lifetime

Once you build the running habit, you’ll be a runner for life. But how does running change after a few decades?

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When I started running in 1998, I had no idea that joining my high school cross country team …