Smashing the Two-Hour Marathon Barrier: Kipchoge Takes Us Closer
Exercising While Sick: To Skip or Sweat it Out?
Last week, elite marathoner Eluid Kipchoge came closer than anyone's ever gotten to smashing the 2-hour-barrier.
Happy National Biomechanics Day!!
The transitional, touch-and-go weather between winter and spring can leave us with nagging illness. Our guidelines will help you figure out whether to skip your workout or get out there!
New Year's Resolutions: First Quarter Check-In
On this seemingly-random holiday, we take the opportunity to geek out about good biomechanics and the amazing effect they can have on your exercise comfort and performance.
Are you running right? Doctor's recommendation
2017 is one-quarter over - how's that fitness resolution going? Only 8% of people see their resolutions out to the end of the year. Here are our tips for keeping yours on track.
Spring Gives 2% to Charity
If you’re a runner, by now it’s safe to assume that you have read about cadence training or that someone has advised you to “increase your cadence.” So why are so many runners still getting injured? Let’s review.
We pledge to donate 2% of our total monthly revenue to a charity we know is committed to affecting positive, tangible change.