What is the ASICS World Ekiden and How Does it Work?
We answer common questions about the ASICS World Ekiden.
Tips to Run Your Best Marathon Yet
With these tips in mind, you'll be ready to run your best marathon yet!
What Makes a Half Marathon Different Than Other Races
The half marathon is a special distance for many reasons.
5 Training Tips for a Half-Marathon
With these tips, you can trust that you’re in good hands and that we’re here to get you to the finish line.
Mickey is a runner. At 68 years old, 5’1”, and with a slight build, other younger, taller runners often tower over her. They frequently zoom past her as she keeps her slower pace while alternating between running and walking. Other runners don’t know she suffers from Parkinson’s Disease and osteoporosis. They may see her leg […]
What To Do After You Run a Race
So you've just run a race. Congratulations. Now what? Exactly what to do to get the most of out your post-race experience.
How I Trained for a Marathon Using a Treadmill
Is it possible to use a treadmill for a majority of your mileage and still achieve the desired effects on race day? While this debate can be polarizing among runners, in my experience, the treadmill can indeed be a useful tool in achieving success. I remember when I trained for my last marathon I probably […]
Runkeeper’s Guide to the Boston Marathon
The world’s most legendary marathon is less than a week away! As a Boston-based company, the Runkeeper team has got you covered for your Boston Marathon race day, with advice for both spectators and runners. So without further adieu, here are a few tips from our team to yours. The Best Place to Watch the […]
Van Support: How I Reached The Beach
Reach The Beach is a relay race that stretches over 200 miles from the Mountains of New Hampshire to the state’s coastal shores, and tests the physical, as well as mental fortitude of 12 teammates. It’s a race that will not only change your perspective on running, but life in general. I’m a stubborn runner. […]
20 Things I Learned About Teamwork in 200 Miles
Running has a bad rap as an individual activity. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve been running for most of my life and love taking the time out of my day to head out alone, relax and collect my thoughts; but sometimes having a team or group of close training partners behind you can make a […]