Sure, it starts with putting one foot in front of the other. However, there’s more to developing a new running habit than that. Whether you’re an experienced runner or a total newbie, there are always things you can do to get better at running – from small tweaks to complete overhauls. With a little help and proper guidance, you should be able to work out an effective, running-specific training plan that will take your running to the next level.
Inspiring, empowering, challenging, and pushing the boundaries of comfort – that’s what our training plans are all about. Whether you’re interested in taking up running or looking for ways to beat your personal best, our Training page is the place to be!
Everyone has to start somewhere – but if you’re starting from scratch, things will get pretty intimidating pretty fast. That’s why we have this entire section dedicated to running-specific training plans, workout advice, tips on how to build up strength, stamina, and agility – and how to start running, in the first place!
Running – and getting better at it, for that matter – is a journey. The best advice we can give you is to start small and set realistic goals. On that note, stick around for tips, tricks, inspiration – and motivation – and come back regularly for more info on how to become a better runner and conquer your racing goals!
There’s more to running than putting on a pair of running shoes and heading to the tracks – it’s not that simple. At times, it can be flat-out confusing. You probably have a fair share of unanswered questions about running, too. Sometimes, it’s because you have no one to ask, but more often, it’s because you’re too embarrassed about asking them. Does running make you taller? Is running after leg day safe? Does running make your legs bigger?
When you don’t have a reliable source of info to turn to, it becomes all too easy to get sucked into all the misinformation and misconceptions. We’ve all been there. That’s all about to change with these Frequently Asked Questions! We’ve compiled all the answers to FAQs about running in one place!