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Maya Henry couldn’t fathom running for 90 seconds, and now she’s a half marathoner.
Liliana Gomez decreased her body fat by 25 percent thanks to these strategies.
The stretchy projectile slowed, but didn't stop, the lead runner at indoor meet in Ireland.
4 moves that can help you get the most out of your upcoming run.
Here’s an inside look at the details as the sub-two-hour marathon attempt draws closer.
Runners in “The Breakfast Club” ran 100 or more marathons in the 1970s and beyond. Now in their 80s, they're holding up well.
Doctors told BethAnn Telford she’d never run again. She proved them wrong.
A reader with an upcoming race wonders how to assess the seriousness of a potential injury.
Put your running goals out there for the world to see.
In Rio, Feyisa Lelisa protested his country’s government. Then he feared for his life.
You should be able to eat the occasional doughnut and love every single fluffy bite without shaming yourself afterward.
Incorporate—or eliminate—these wintry foods to keep fit even when you want to hibernate.
At age 43 and with an 11-month-old baby, Melody Fairchild charts her own course back to the top.
Well, one in particular—our neighborhood’s most infamous incline.
Cameron Sorter had little hesitation to get inked with his favorite Olympian’s likeness
Frequently asked questions about the attempt to run 1:59:59 or better.
Teresa Asper Anderson just wanted to get her blood pressure down, but she found a healthier lifestyle that she loved.
Ramp up your diet to fend off sick days.
Injured? These strategies will help speed your healing.
Key questions to ask so you can join a club that fits your needs.