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For many runners, one of the greatest joys of the sport is belonging to a running community. But if you’re new to running or moving to a new town, how do you find your people?
Buying new running shoes is a big decision for runners. The right ones will keep you on track, injury free and looking fresh. But the wrong shoes can cause problems beyond cramping your style.
It’s easy to get wrapped up in strategies for speed work, stretching or nutrition while training for a race. But you can't forget about how to breathe while you run.
Can the new Cloudmonster 2 capture our affection the way the original did? Read on to find out.
Compression socks promote blood flow and reduce inflammation. How long should you wear them to reap the benefits?
Dehydration is still possible in the wintertime, and can even increase your risk of hypothermia. Read on for five tips to help you stay hydrated in the winter.
Carbon-plated shoes are often used by runners for an advantage on race day, but some people wear them more often. So the question is: Can you run in carbon-plated shoes too much?
Whether it's knee pain or shin splints, many runners get injured at some point. Here are five common running injuries and exercises to prevent and treat them.
Here’s everything you need to know about running the 2024 Austin Marathon.
The Brooks Glycerin has always been known for its luxuriously plush midsole, but Brooks designers upped the ante this year with an added two millimeters of DNA Loft v3 foam underfoot.
In February, the fastest women in the country will toe the line of the 2024 Marathon Trials in Orlando, Florida. Among them will be Brooks pro Erika Kemp, competing at the Marathon Trials for the firs...
Featuring a new Vibram outsole, we agreed that the Timp 5 was the grippiest version yet. But can it stand up to any terrain?
The SuperComp Elite v4, New Balance’s top-tier road racing shoe, has gotten a complete overhaul from the ground up. Can it still live up to its “elite” name?