Running on the Treadmill vs. Running Outside
As winter weather approaches, you should make peace with running on the “dreadmill.”
The Asics MetaSpeed Edge+ Isn’t Just for Marathons
It’s one of the fastest super shoes for racing 26.2, but we also love it for shorter distances.
Altra’s Timp 4 Is a Softer, Faster Trail Shoe
An all-new construction makes for a bouncier, more cushioned ride when you hit the trails.
Hoka’s Mafate Speed 4 Is Built for All-Day Comfort
Soft foam and a grippy sole keep you upright on steep terrain.
The Hoka Mach 5 Swept Me Off My Feet
Making Activewear Accessible for Plus-Size Runners
The Distance+ Is Our Favorite Newton for Speed Day
The Runventure 4 Is Still a Nimble Trail Beastie
This Brooks Collection Honors Native Cultures
All land is native land. This new collection encourages runners to run with intent.
The $120 Trainer Lives on in UA’s Hovr Infinite 4
As brands hike their prices, this shoe proves itself a well-cushioned and durable bargain.
Let Us Take You Through a Virtual Shoe Fitting
If you can’t try on pairs at your local running store, use these four tips to get the best fit.
Tested: Brooks Glycerin Stealthfit GTS 20
“Go-To Support” meets your go-to shoe.
Can a New Pillow Improve Sleep and Stop Snoring?
Tested: Apple Watch Ultra
The Right Number of Pockets for Runners is N+1
To Get the Right Fit, Ignore the Number on the Box
We Cereal-ously Love the Bowl O’ Brooks Collection
Vasu Sojitra Doesn’t Want to Be Your Inspiration
UA’s Flow Velociti Wind 2 Is Light and Minimalist
The Maxroad’s Cush-to-Weight Ratio Is Hard to Beat
Asics’s Big Bet on the Cumulus 24 Pays Off
The popular training shoe has a new bouncy midsole that our testers love.
Find Softness and Speed in Saucony’s Guide 15
The lightest Guide yet features new stability tech that supports your run without weighing you down.
What Can You Learn From Your Shoes’ Outsoles?
My “outsole test” can tell you a lot, but it won’t help you track the mileage on your current pair.
How Psychology Plays Into Running Injuries
Sometimes, an obsession with running can raise your injury risk. Here’s how to recognize it.