Trail runners—like everyone else—go through highs and lows.
Weighing the pros and cons of standing vs. sitting at your desk.
Glycogen fuels performance, and manipulating it properly can make you stronger.
What you should know about outdoors etiquette and ethics.
Double runs are a staple of elite training programs. They might benefit trail runners, too.
How should you quantify your training?
Alyssa Schmidt ran the first mile of her life on June 29, 2016. In August 2017, she won her age group in a 100K.
When it comes to these common race-day afflictions, you have more control than you realize.
Your brain plays a big role in how hard or easy a run feels. Here are some strategies to shift your mindset.
Build mileage into your work day and learn preparedness and perseverance.