Why Saucony Is Sponsoring Healthcare Workers

It’s not uncommon for running brands to look into new ways of changing the game in who they choose to support. Saucony is no exception, having announced its first-ever name, image, likeness (NIL) program last month, which coincidentally was National Nurses Month. This new program is exclusively for nursing students, in partnership with Galen College […]

Ultrarunner Rod Farvard Is Going for Broke

Rod Farvard’s mustache might be my favorite in all of running. It’s neither thick nor groomed, neither oiled nor manicured. It’s messy. It’s patchy. It curls at the ends. I think I caught him snacking on his own facial hair the day his whole body began snacking on itself at the highest point in Thailand, […]

The 30 Best Running Tips of All Time

At Outside, we write about running. A lot. We’ve spent countless hours talking to the greatest athletes and brightest minds in the sport to examine every training and racing strategy imaginable. We’ve even tested many of those approaches ourselves. While we think it’s all worthwhile info, we recognize that sometimes keeping it simple is best. […]

How to Harness Your Mind to Go Faster

The American College of Sports Medicine’s annual mega-conference, which was held earlier this month in Denver, is a great chance to see what questions sports scientists are currently preoccupied with. I rounded up some of this year’s hot topics in running shoe research here. Another topic of perennial interest is the intersection of psychology with […]