Mountains, Trails & Obstacles: 28 Minutes with Max King, the World’s Fastest Warrior Dash Athlete

In a world hyper focused on specialization, it’s rare to meet a modern Renaissance Man. But today, prepare yourself for an exclusive interview with Max King.

Max King

Max King has been dominating the running world for years. Listing his …

Matt Frazier on Building the Running Habit & How to Finally Enjoy Running

Have you ever chatted with a friend who has a completely different perspective on the same subject than you?

Every conversation is fascinating because each of you approach the topic from different angles. Neither of you are wrong - …

How to Prevent Shin Splints: Mike Young on Shin Splint Treatments, Causes, and Myths

In this article, you’ll learn how to prevent shin splints – even though it’s a tricky injury to treat.

Shin Splints

For a coach, shin splints are the most frustrating injury because there’s no definitive cause, treatment, or method of prevention.…

The Uncanny “7 Strategies to Run Your Fastest Marathon” Podcast with Matt Frazier

The marathon: for many, it’s a mythical unicorn. Capturing a great performance can be elusive and may take years.

Jason and Matt's fastest marathon

Jason and Matt on the days they ran their fastest marathons

When I ran my first marathon, New York City …

What’s the Ideal Runner’s Diet Plan? Matt Fitzgerald Says…

The other day I had dinner with a registered dietitian who also has a Masters in Public Health. After my second Coke, I felt the need to explain that I don’t normally drink soda.

Even though I was all …

Skeptic to Believer: How Darin Ran a 3:57 Marathon PR at Age 52

After working with thousands of runners, I’ve come across more skeptics than I ever thought existed.

Runners who insist “that will never work for me!” or “maybe that worked for her… but I’m different.”Run Your BQ

Having “special snowflake …

Trail Running Hacks for Beginners: Jeff Galloway on How to Get Started with Trails

My running completely transformed during my Junior year of high school. It hasn’t been the same since that year, when I transitioned a majority of my training to the trails.

Yes, trail running changed my approach to running.

Trail Running

It …

The Beginner’s Guide to Ultra Running: How to Run Your First Ultramarathon

In 2012, I nearly convinced a friend to run a 6 day, 120 mile trail race in the Rocky Mountains that reaches an altitude of over 12,500 feet.

Ultra Running Trail

That race is the Transrockies Run, a mostly singletrack …

How to Train for a Marathon: Jay Johnson on Long Runs, Cutback Weeks, and Maximizing Your Potential

There’s no shortage of information about how to train for a marathon. Just search the web and you’ll find countless marathon plans, articles, and advice.

But if your goal is to do more than simply finish, what advice should …

The Evolution of Running Goals: Why Nicole hired me (then fired me) and decided to run across the country

Running goals are funny. You might set an outlandish goal this year, but next year accomplishing the same thing is ordinary.

In 1998, I desperately wanted to run a mile under 6:00 minutes. Less than a year later, …