Lace 'Em Up
How to Be a 4 Percent Better Runner in 2020
One of the best ways to stick to a New Year’s resolution is to get specific. It’s also one of the best ways to market a running shoe, if the avalanche of hype that followed the launch of the Nike 4% a couple years ago is any indication. And hey, we dig a realistic goal. So check out the following buying guides, apparel obsessions and shoe spotlights, and don’t be surprised if you find yourself becoming a better runner this year. Maybe even five percent better. Dare to dream.
Don't want to stop training outside, despite the cold? These waterproof, grippy sneakers conquer ice and snow like no other.
Five run commuting veterans share all the advice and gear you need to take your weekly mileage to the office.
It takes time and effort to get ready for running's most famous distance race. Having the right gear helps too.
Before you wander out into the dark, here's the gear you need to see and be seen.
This shirt has gone 100 miles and doesn't show any signs of dying.
Tracksmith's shorts are my end-all-be-all running short.
Asics's new running shoe, GlideRide, uses a unique construction to help propel runners from one stride to the next.
The sneakers are finally available for all those who want to shave time off their mile PR.
And there's even a study to back it up.
The fitness tracking app with 48 million members just released its Year In Sport report, including data on the speediest sneakers.
Who better to give you running advice than runners who consistently log hundreds of miles? Read the Story