Volume 3-Issue 4
You can run injury-free.
Three strategic self-care moves pay off with better training and performance.
For well more than two decades, we have been competing either at a world-class level or coaching high-level athletes and teams in nearly every sporting event you can imagine.
Novice or veteran, you’ll take to running (even more) with these moves.
Clean up your technique for a better run.
Rules to live by for a long and happy running habit.
The essentials you need to get on the road.
What should runners eat?
It’s the right color for St. Patrick’s Day and the right nutrition for post-workout.
Find victory in defeat.
There are many reasons to run, one of which is that our runs (or walks or hikes) often prove that we can do more than we often thought we could.
Spring is a season of change. It's time to take a good look at what's working and what's not working in all parts of your life. Those...
Get a mental buzz from your next run with these four tips.
Running is our birthright—Kelly Starrett’s working to restore it.
How the sport has challenged and revealed human potential.