Updated on October 15, 2013
Vicki Weitz ran 26 marathons in as many days. Find out how she overcame the mental challenges of long-distance running.
Updated on December 5, 2012
Skora has been called the Bentley and the Lexus of the barefoot running world. What makes its minimalist shoes so special? For that, we turn to the brand’s founder and CEO to discover the secret behind his success.
Updated on June 21, 2012
He’s one of the brains behind the infinitely popular MapMyRun app. Join us as Robin Thurston talks tracking tips, success stories and the longest run in MapMyRun history. He also gives us a hint about what’s in store for the fitness app empire.
Updated on May 11, 2012
Ever notice unsightly debris near your running path and had a strong inclination to pick it up? Then you might be drawn to eco-running. What is eco-running exactly? We chat with an expert in the field of running green to find out more.
Updated on July 18, 2011
Sure, your hometown marathon might be great. But don’t forget: There’s an entire world out there to race! Renato, editor of RunAbroad.com, schools us on international marathons and the 101 races to add to your bucket list.
Weight loss and running go hand in hand. This week we hear from a man who started running to do just that. Meet the brains behind Running … Because I Can and #runchat, a live Twitter question-and-answer chat. He shares his story about the ups and downs of working out and dieting.
While his nickname might suggest it, Brett Stevens is no fool. Sure, he might not be an Olympic athlete, but his Average Joe take on running is certainly turning a few heads. Find out more about the man behind the blog The Running Moron.