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Why the thought of cooking (and eating) helps when the days and miles feel long.
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Boston chef Lindsey Mason shares her recipes for this summer favorite.
Why conventional wisdom often falls short.
Sport nutritionists recommend the best between-meal noshes.
At 30, Gabriele Grunewald hopes to become a three-time cancer survivor.
Simple mistakes can quickly derail the health benefits and tastiness of your drink.
As I turn 45, I'm thinking about where I'm at, and what I want from the next 45 years.
Sometimes a new discovery can really reinvigorate things.
Cool off after a hot run with this refreshing, nutrient-packed dish.
He wasn’t always the fastest. Nor was he the most decorated. So four decades after his death, why is Steve Prefontaine still the most influential American runner ever?
A chat with the creators of Another Mother Runner, how to survive the treadmill, and the latest news in the Kick.
Here are insights from “superforecasters” on interpreting sports science studies.
These all offer something special for a weekend getaway with your closest pals.
It will be Gwen Jorgensen's first marathon, squeezed in during a packed fall schedule.
Restricted motion in the ankle joint could leave you with discomfort, even after rehab.
These strategies make summer training for distance races more bearable.
Research shows the Body Mass Index doesn’t yield the most complete information when it comes to an athletes’ health.
Use this move to strengthen your back and core.