Examining your foot type will help you to select the running shoes that provide optimal support and impact protection.
Runners often have difficulty structuring a season because they don't really know where to start.
A little stress can actually enhance athletic performance if you know how to manage and channel those race-day jitters.
Cycling is a low impact sport and yet many people still suffer from foot and leg injuries. Here are some quick tips to protect your feet.
Runners are always on the lookout to mix up training routines. Add a twist to longer runs by incorporating the "fartlek" technique.
One-legged pedaling drills improves form and efficiency and provide a diversion in the dreary winter months.
The importance of strength training in endurance sports is often overlooked. Try these exercises to round out your program.
One kilometer repeats are grueling, but they increase lactate threshold and prepare you psychologically for race pace.
Fine-tuning each of these individual physical attributes will prepare the competitive cyclist for almost any situation come race time.
Endurance athletes find that toughing out an ice bath eases pain caused by vigorous exercise.
Wondering how much time to spend training for your next cycling event? Set goals and then map out your plan.
Understanding the different zones of training and how they can lead to improvement will help you run with purpose.