Take care of your body and mind with advice from our running experts.
Proper hydration is key for any running. How much you need to drink depends on the temperature, length of your workout and how much you sweat.
“Runner’s knee” is one of the more common forms of knee pain experienced by runners. The most annoying part? It usually doesn’t go away on its own, even though you keep hoping it might.
Just about every runner has heard about the IT band, but not everyone understands it.
Recovery practices are essential for keeping you refreshed and injury-free—but they don’t have to be complicated or expensive.
With the right balance of activity and rest, you can stay in shape without overworking your body.
Running starts with a first step. Take yours now.