Here I look at what’s behind the growing popularity of zero-drop and minimalist footwear as well as the benefits for trail runners.
Forecast looking grey and wet? With a little preparation, you can enjoy the outdoors even in constant rain.
Blisters can put an end to your fun, but they don’t have to. With proper treatment, you can prevent these little nasties from becoming showstoppers.
The right trail runners will help you dance through the techy bits, make the miles easier, and reduce the risk of injury. Here’s how you choose a pair.
There are at least a dozen items that no seasoned trail runner will hit the trail without. What should you be packing for your next run?
Master these techniques, and you too can run trails with the speed and prowess of a goat, or at the very least, avoid injury and have more fun.
Shorts or tights? With underwear or without? Learn the answers to these and other questions about the best pants for running in.
Combining speed and range, this crossover between trail running and backpacking is the obvious approach for runners looking to expand their horizons.
Trekking poles offer real advantages in certain situations. This article explains when to use sticks and how to get the most out of them.
There are significant differences between road running and trail running, and these are not limited to the type of terrain or gear worn.
Having the right kit is one of the first steps to being properly prepared for a day hike. This comprehensive list covers everything you might need.
Learn how to transition safely to zero-drop shoes from a pair of conventional running shoes.
It’s more than a fad. Mindful running frees your mind from everyday concerns and allows for a more immersive outdoor experience.
The journey from trail neophyte to goat is not a quick or easy one, but these practical tips can make the path feel a little less rocky.
What exactly is a runner’s high, and what brings on this warm fuzzy feeling? The chemistry of exercise-induced elation explained.
Why are trails shoes the best choice for most outdoor excursions, and when should you lace up a pair of boots? This article explains all.
Hone the following twelve skills, and you’ll be better prepared to handle any challenges the trail can throw at you, and will enjoy the experience more.
Altitude sickness can be dangerous if not caught early. To safely venture above 8000 ft, trekkers need to know how to mitigate the risk.