Running coach Jack Daniels has been described as ‘the world’s best running coach’ by 1968 Boston Marathon Winner and previous editor of Runner’s World, Amby Burfoot. In this post Jack Daniels provides what he has coined Daniels’ basic laws of running, adapted from the 4th edition of Daniels’ Running Formula.
Tapering for a marathon is essential. It can be a challenge to stay in top shape without being fatigued. This post features tips for striking that balance.
A bad running technique can lead to injury. This article will increase your knowledge of running gait mechanics and provide injury reduction techniques.
Running in heat and humidity is tough. Here’s how (and why) it affects your performance, how you can compensate and what to do about heat-related illnesses.
Human Kinetics has published many landmark running books. In fact running is our most popular sport. But which are the best running books?
Not every elite runner has perfect form. But, the contrast in form between elite runners and non-elite runners couldn’t be more dramatic. The biggest contrast is in running foot strike. In this post we’ll look at the simple drills you can use to improve your foot strike and ultimately, your running form.
Tight hamstrings are a major issue for runners, they’re are often shocked to learn their hamstrings need to be stronger. But can yoga for tight hamstrings help?
Kenyan long distance runners and those from Ethiopia have won the London Marathon 8 years in a row now but why? We examine the reasons for their dominance.