Unless you do all of your running on a treadmill or track, at some point you’ll find yourself going up and down hills. From the right form to use when running up and down hill to the best way to make use of hills in races, here’s what you need to know about running uphill and running downhill.
Whether you’re new to the sport or a seasoned runner who hasn’t run laps since gym class, the oval is a quick, effective—and yes, fun—way to get fitter. Learn more about reasons to love the oval as well as pointers for first-timers here.
Don't stop when you're tired, push yourself to finish what you started.
Your running performance depends on where you focus your attention. The best way to focus depends on the context. Here’s what you should be thinking about during strength-training, while running, and during recovery.
Hoke One One is your go-to trainer for trails, dirt roads, and cross country running. Inspired by the harsh conditions of the Speedgoat race, this is the ultimate sneaker to hit the trails with confidence.