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Your weekly run plan lives on your wrist with this new training device.

The largest marathon on earth is also among the hardest to get into—here’s how you can secure your spot on the world’s most coveted starting line.

When I put on the Mountain Hardware Ratio Jacket, my friends call me Puff Daddy, but while they shiver, I’m the one who gets the last laugh.

Know the truth to avoid catching a bug.

Dairy and nondairy drinks have a place in your diet, but they’re not all created equal. Here’s what you need to know.

​Don’t fret when its cold and wet. Just pull on one of these great pieces of outerwear.

Great sound quality, buds built for any element, and lots of battery life make these headphones tough to beat.

When the weather gets cold, we go out—and the mainstream media is there to report on us, with these entertaining (and, um, all too true) clichés.

How the world’s largest innovation event confirmed my love of the disconnected run.

Not everyone fuels with a bagel and some peanut butter before a race.

You need more than your non-runner friends for muscle repair and growth. But how do you know it’s enough?

This gear looks as good at the bar as it does at barre.

Here’s more evidence that rinsing with a carbohydrate drink boosts performance.

Achieving the mark is a confidence boost as the two-time Olympian enters her Boston Marathon training.

Pack exactly what you need for your run with these six fuel belts.

The shoe store of yore may be a slowly dying breed—does a new wave of retailers have a remedy for the ailing industry?

After last week’s announcement that a rent hike would force the institution to shut down, public outcry led to a reversal.

Eating a variety of nutrients will keep you going when the cold weather hits.

Sure, you could just run slow for your first mile. But this routine has way more payoff.

And what they’re trying to tell you.