Melody Fairchild with Elizabeth Carey
Anything can happen during a race. Having a strategy in place will make sure you're ready for it all.
Five reasons trying to reach a "racing weight" is counterproductive.
Without adequate recovery—easy days, sleep, downtime—training adaptations go down the tubes.
Answers to the FAQs runners (and their parents) have been searching for.
How to use your ability to endure to change the world for the better by working to dismantle racism.
How to shift the focus lens on running and in life.
On taking it one step at a time to develop your inner champion.
Four timeless tips from influential running coaches.
With no races or practice sessions to motivate us, try this method to strengthen your mind-body connection and keep running fresh.
Tips for communicating with your coach in the age of physical distancing.
How to become a better runner even when track (and everything else) is canceled.
Three tips to prepare for your best competitive spring season.
Running camps are a boon for high schoolers. Here's why, and how to choose the best one for you.
Runners face undue, and unhelpful, expectations around weight and eating. Here are tips to combat dangerous disorders and behaviors.
GPS watches and other wearable tech deliver loads of metrics. Here’s what to pay attention to, especially for young runners.
Why runners—starting in youth—should schedule peaks, breaks and variety into their running year.