Us runners are a strange breed and this is most evident when you’re speaking with someone who isn’t a runner. Here are some hilarious things that only runners say that makes zero sense to everyone else!
Whether you’re running your first marathon or your fiftieth marathon there are always nerves, doubts and training dilemmas. Coach, Mario Fraioli shares his top tips for how to navigate the marathon from day one to the finish line.
Running is enjoyed by millions of people because it’s good for your body and mind and it requires very little equipment. All you need is a good pair of running shoes and the willingness to get started.
Preparing to run a race is so much more than just logging miles. Your diet also needs to be up to speed. Reference this go-to guide to nutrition for runners, including what to eat and drink leading up to the big day.
I like to run but it can also be boring. (I know I’m not alone in saying that!) So this time around, I wanted to see if trying a new type of run each day could help me mix it up and feel excited about running again.
For many runners, one of the greatest joys of the sport is belonging to a running community. Running friends give us motivation and encouragement. So if you’re new to running or moving to a new town, how do you find your people?