The Science of Running
Getting faster doesn't have to mean working harder.
Breaking down the latest research and what it means for every kind of runner
We can all get obsessive about our daily workouts. When does obsession turn to addiction?
The brain’s tolerance for pain may be the deciding factor in how far we can push ourselves
Why Aussie athletes often turn to supplements when living high
Because there’s a lot more to running than lacing up your shoes and hitting the pavement
It turns out there's an entire field of science dedicated to studying how and why boobs move
Different parts of our body seem to talk to and influence each other, even when they are far apart and—one might think—unconnected
A new trend of group treadmill training is being modeled after the success of other machine-based cardio classes
Virtual Runner is just one of an ever-growing list of apps aimed at improving indoor workouts through a virtual experience