What does it take to run 7 ultramarathons (on 7 continents)?

People who accomplish “impossible” goals will always get my respect. Those who push the frontiers of our limits show the rest of us what we’re capable of achieving.

Running MountainSome runners show us that beating chronic injuries is not just …

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

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 …

Training Log Snapshot: The Week Before My 3,000 PR

Looking at old training logs is exciting – I can almost feel how each workout felt. Just like looking at old race photos:

Welcome, Runners

Run-walkers, marathoners, obstacle course racers, trail runners, ultra runners, and everyone in between: welcome to Strength Running!

Runners

Over the last several months, we’ve added tens of thousands of new runners to the Strength Running community.

We’re growing, gaining momentum …

Dr. Simon Donato on Ultra-Endurance, Grit, and the Doors that Running Opens

Simon Donato is a modern Indiana Jones: a PhD who travels the world competing in the toughest endurance races that exist.

Simon Donato

It’s not every day that you meet somebody with so many varied interests.

And when you do, …

Cross Country Training 101: A Training Log Excerpt

Today I want to give you a glimpse into the training I did before my best season of cross country in college. Buckle up!

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How to Beat 2 Years of Chronic Injuries (and run faster than ever before)

Running injuries can seem common – maybe even inevitable. Whether you’re a new runner or a veteran, they’re a frustrating part of our beloved sport.

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And there’s a never-ending list of injuries that you might experience:

  • Hamstring strains
  • Posterior

Bart Yasso – the Mayor of Running – on a Lifetime of Running Bliss

Bart Yasso is a legend in the running community. And as the “Mayor of Running” and Chief Running Officer at Runner’s World, he’s one of the most recognizable faces in the sport.

How to Set Ambitious (but realistic) Running Goals

Over the last week, we’ve started to discover what it really takes to become a consistent, injury-free runner.

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Jason racing cross country in high school.